Saving corkboard outlines as a PDF or to Word?

Hello, new to Scrivener, and love the corkboard feature. I use it to make basic outlines for my documentaries. Is there a way to save it as a PDF so I can share it with other workers.

Likewise, is there a way to save as a Word file.

Thanks!

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I would love to be able to do this too! I have searched the manual and not found the answer.

I simply screen-clip the corkboard using Evernote (my note taking, keeping, syncing etc program) and then have these outlines available to either share via email, or to share the whole notebook with coworkers.

I’m sure there would be some other screenclip type program if you don’t use evernote?

You can check out this thread…

https://forum.literatureandlatte.com/t/printing-corkboard/17047/1

Stacey’s compile solution is probably the neatest, but you’ll need a screengrab (on Windows at least - not sure about the Mac) app of some kind to show a neat “Corkboard” image. I think most operating systems have some sort of screengrab function that you can then crop down to size if you need it as a last resort.