I am making an IFR flight planning guide for 23 repeat routes that involve Copter GPS approaches to Hospitals in middle & east TN, north GA, & northeast AL. I do not need the maps or course lines for Navigation, but saving & printing them to place in a 3 ring binder would help the entire pilot staff. Is it possible to get the course line &/or the flight plan to print? How do I do this? Computer savy, but not an IT guy! Michael Paul Michael, Thanks for your post. The print support we currently have is very basic. We are working on a more comprehensive printing solution which will include course lines. Until then, I would recommend a highlighter. Have fun up there! -dave Printing with course line is a necessary improvement. I would also like a larger viewing area for the chart (even on full screen, the chart does not fill the screen). This would also improve the ‘print screen’ workaround until you have improved printing support. I have only just found Sky Vector, firstly what a fantastic utility – thanks guys. Now in terms of printing, I agree with the above comments, more ‘screen real estate’ please, also, add the plotted flight plan (all the waypoints included) and could we please have the capability to print out the actual flight plan in text in full? That too would be a superb addition. For those on an Apple Mac, the PrintScreen equivalent is ‘SHIFT CMD 3’ (where the CMD key is the one just at the left of the space bar). I hope that helps. Best regards, IPete2. well, I know a quick and dirty way: In Windows, just make the part of the map you want to print fill as much of your screen as possible, and press the PrintScreen key. Then open MS Paint, or any graphics editing program, and use ‘edit/paste’ to retrieve the screenshot. The resolution will not be terrific, but adequate for an 8 1/2 x 11. You can further edit the image to remove unwanted borders or draw on it. ‘Save As’ in .png format for max resolution. Now you can use whatever printer software you prefer. In Linux, or on a Mac, there are also screen capture utilities, but no ‘PrintScreen’ shortcut that I know of. Hope this helps. Source.