Script files in SeqZap can be printed, either to a file or as physical paper on a printer.
Printing SeqZap script files can be used to make it possible for non SeqZap users to read SeqZap scripts, for example when reviewing scripts.
But additionally, printing scripts files can be used as documentation of the tests written. This makes it possible to write the test specification directly in SeqZap instead of first writing the test specification as a Word document and then translating it to a SeqZap script.
SeqZap scripts can be printed both from the SeqZap Studio application and from the command line SeqZap using special command line flags.