You can publish your completed documentation and share it with your organization in PDF format.
Customize the output information for inclusion in your document by selecting the diagrams and the elements to be included.
Bizagi provides an intuitive wizard to help you through the steps to generate your documentation.
1. On the Publish tab, in the Publish group, click PDF.
2. Select the Diagrams that you wish to publish.
Select individually by using the button or by double clicking them.
Select all by using the button.
When all the diagrams you wish to publish are selected, click the Next button.
3. Choose the order in which you wish to publish your diagrams by using the buttons on the right hand side. Alternatively, you can sort them alphabetically by using the button.
Once finished, click the Next button.
4. For each diagram select the elements that you wish to publish in the documentation.
You can select all elements across all diagrams using the button.
You can also individually select elements from each diagram using the button or by double clicking them.
5. For each diagram select the order in which the elements should be exported.
By default elements are organized according to the sequence of the process flow .
To move an element from its default position, select the element and click the button until you find the desired position.
Click the button to order the elements automatically or click the button to order the elements alphabetically.
When you are satisfied with the order of the elements for each diagram, click the Next button.
6. Specify the appropriate folder in which to publish your process. This folder should have Read and Write permissions.
By default, the Diagram's model will be published in a Landscape orientation (only this page).
You may change this setting in this step as well.
Click the Finish button to generate your documentation.
7. The PDF document will be opened as soon as the documentation is generated.
You may customize your PDF output's styles (i.e, font color and sizes, include watermarks, etc).
To do so, edit the ModelerTemplate.dot file located at the ./Templates/ folder of your Modeler installation.
For more information about editing styles in this template, refer to Document template.