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Save / Email Rx as PDF
Last Updated 6 years ago

At times, you may want to save Rx as PDF instead of printing it. This tutorial teaches how to do it.

Option 1: Save Rx as PDF:

  1. Click on Print Prescription button. If you are using Save and Print, click on Rx Settings button
  2. Select Save PDF button
  3. Select the location to save
  4. Use the saved PDF to share via Email or other apps. Please note, this PDF will be password protected with the OPD ID of the patient. So convey this information to the patient.
  5. Doctors who can use WhatsApp web can operate WhatsApp directly from their PC and share this attachment to the patient's phone number. To open WhatsApp web, click https://web.whatsapp.com/ and follow instructions
Option 2: Email Rx as PDF:

  1. Save the visit
  2. Select Email button
  3. An email form will open with the email address of the patient. It will have PDF as attachment. Please note, this PDF will be password protected with the OPD ID of the patient. So convey this information to the patient.
Currently, there are couple of issues with Option 1 and Option 2. The payment QR code does not get added on the Rx when Option 1 and Option 2 are used. To solve this temporarily till we fix it, we have Option 3.

Option 3: Print Rx as PDF and then Email

  1. Download PDF printer - "doPDF" from https://secure.myopd.in/83028/dopdf-7.exe
  2. Install it on your
  3. Print your Prescription as you normally do using MyOPD. However, instead of using Quick Print, use the Print option
  4. Here, you will see doPDF as one of the printer. Select doPDF printer
  5. Give the location where you would like to save the file.
  6. This file will have the QR code and all data exactly the way a print has. However, it will not have password protection like Option 1 and Option 2 had.
  7. Select this PDF as an attachment and send it to the patient's email address or share via WhatsApp.

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