Download live PDF release plans on demand

Thanks to a recent upgrade of Microsoft Learn, you can now get an up-to-the-minute PDF version of release plans for Dynamics 365, Power Platform, and Cloud for Industry anytime you like, in any language we publish. Previously, you had to wait for us to create PDF files to share the release plans with your team, clients, or partners. And since we created PDFs just once a month, they were often out of sync with the published release plans. Our localized PDFs were even more tardy.

Custom PDFs will be retired

In the next two weeks, we’ll retire the custom PDF files we’ve been creating every month. After that, any links to PDFs on the release wave landing pages will redirect to the automated PDF option so that you have the most up-to-date information available.

How to get live PDF release plans on demand

How do you get the new experience? At the bottom of the table of contents on any release plan page, select Download PDF. A PDF version of the entire release plan opens in a new browser tab. Select the Contents icon to expand the table of contents and easily navigate to sections that interest you.

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  1. Contents icon
  2. Annotation tools (highlighter, pen, eraser, text)
  3. View tools (zoom out, zoom in, fit to width, go to page, rotate page, switch between viewing one or two pages)
  4. Page tools (search, print, save, view full-screen, settings)

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You can print, save, or share the PDF file, too.

You can use the same technique to get a PDF of any documentation section of the Learn site.

Tell us what you think

We’re excited about this upgrade, but we want to know what you think! We’re always working to make the release plans more useful for you. Give it a try and let us know. And feel free to suggest features you’d like to see in the PDF version.

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Learn more

Read our post highlighting some of the exciting updates coming your way: 2023 release wave 1 plans now available | Microsoft Dynamics 365 Blog

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