New Printing Options in LivePlan

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LivePlan product updateYou can always invite guests to review your business plan online inside LivePlan, but sometimes you just need to print your plan or export to PDF. We’ve made some great improvements to this process that give you more flexibility and the option to add more details if you need it.

New page break options

If you want to cut down on the number of pages in your plan without editing any of the copy, you can now remove the automatic page break that gets inserted between paragraphs. Just un-check the “page break after chapters” box for a more compact plan.

Only print the chapters you need

Instead of removing chapters from your outline if you only want to print or export part of your plan, you can now choose which chapters to include. If you just want to export your executive summary, for example, just choose that chapter from the “Chapters” section of the Download & Print Setup.

You can also automatically exclude sections of your business plan that you may not have written yet so you only export what you’ve worked on. You can learn more here.

Add more detail to the appendix

If you want to show more detail in your profit and loss statement in the appendix, you now have that option. You can choose to include individual revenue streams, direct costs details, and even individual employee salaries. Just select the options you want in the Appendix Options.

We’ve got a great article that will walk you through all the details.

Noah Parsons
Noah Parsons
Before joining Palo Alto Software, Noah Parsons was an early Internet marketing and product expert in the Silicon Valley. He joined Yahoo! in 1996 as one of its first 101 employees and become Producer of the Yahoo! Employment property as part of the Yahoo! Classifieds team before leaving to serve as Director of Production at He is a graduate of Princeton University. Noah devotes most of his free time to his three young sons. In the winter you'll find him giving them lessons on the ski slopes, and in summer they're usually involved in a variety of outdoor pursuits. Noah is currently the COO at Palo Alto Software, makers of Outpost and the online business plan app LivePlan. You can follow Noah on Google+ or on Twitter.
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