Downloading and printing your pitch

Once you've completed the Pitch page, you can download a copy as a PDF document to share with others. Depending on the number of sections you decide to include in your pitch, the resulting PDF will contain one or two pages.

Note: You can also publish your Pitch as a secret web page and export it as a PowerPoint slideshow.
  1. From the Pitch section, click the Download & Print icon near the upper right corner:
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  2. As a default, your download will include all sections of the Pitch. If you'd like to customize what's included, click the Edit button:
    Arrow pointing to Edit Pitch Export Options.png

  3. Check or uncheck the boxes for the sections you'd like to include in the download:

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    Note: Sections of the Pitch may show "currently hidden." This is because the section has been hidden in the Pitch editor. You can hide several sections of the Pitch this way if you like.

  4. Finally, select a paper size and then click Download as PDF:
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  5. Click Open PDF:
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  6. The PDF will display in your browser before downloading to your computer. Click your browser's download button to save the file to your computer. See below for instructions on locating this button in popular browsers:
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For Chrome users:

In the upper right corner of the display, click the Download icon:

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The file will be saved to your computer's Downloads folder.

For Firefox users:

In the upper right corner of the display, click the Download icon:

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The file will be saved to your computer's Downloads folder.

For Safari users:

In the File menu, click Export as PDF.
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The file will be saved to your computer's Downloads folder.

For Microsoft Edge users:

Click the Save icon in the document toolbar, shown in the screenshot below:

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Note: If you are using an iPad or other mobile device, you may not be able to download a PDF directly to it. Instead, use a desktop or laptop to download your plan.

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