How to Print Daily Schedule

How to Print Daily Schedule

You can print the Daily Schedule from the Dashboard or Calendar to view a summary of appointments for the day.

1. Access the zHealth Dashboard. Select Daily Schedule and click on the ‘Calendar ’ icon. A pop-up window opens.

2. You can view the PDF file of the Daily Schedule. Click ‘More Settings ’.

Scroll down. You will see ‘Print using system dialogue ’. Click on it.

Follow the printer prompt to print the daily schedule.

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