Because cell coverage is like swiss cheese over most of the world, we understand the need to have a printed version of your map or directions. You can easily export a printable version of your route with Badger.
Open the route you would like to have printed.
In the bottom of the route, press "Options."
Then, click "Export to PDF" and a printable version of your route list and directions between locations will be exported.
In terms of printing the map, you can print whichever view of the map you would like. I recommend doing a screenshot and pasting it into powerpoint. Just switch to ‘Fullscreen’ mode by pressing F11 key for clean view. (You can press F11 key again to return to normal view.) Then Press ‘PrintScreen SysRq’ key, on upper right side of the keyboard. Then go to Powerpoint and paste the image - you can crop and change the size there.
2. Then go to Saved Routes, and load the route that you wish to print.
3. You’ll be taken to the Current Route page after that. Scroll down, and click More.
4. Click Export to PDF, and your route is ready to print.
To print the actual map, we recommend taking a screenshot on a Fullscreen mode for a clean view. Just press the F11 key on your keyboard to enter Fullscreen mode, and press it again to return to normal view.
After setting your screen to full, take a screenshot by pressing the Print Screen button or PrtSc on some keyboards. Next, paste it in either Microsoft Word, Powerpoint or Paint by hitting Ctrl V. After pasting, you can crop or adjust the size of the photo depending on your preference, then print.
You can also use Clipular, a Chrome add-on that allows you to grab parts of your screen. It’s pretty slick, and best of all, it’s free.
Here's a quick video on how you can print your map: