1. You can make several screen captures for each sprite using print screen or the snipping tool and paste it in a Word processor document
2. You can capture the entire script area for each sprite as follows:
- Right click in the scripts area and choose Save picture of scripts.
- Choose a folder and enter a file name to save the picture.
- Repeat the process for each sprite
- You can open the .gif files created in this way in an Internet browser, Paint, Picasa or other graphics program or insert the .gif files into a word processor document using the insert image options.
- This method is a better option than screen captures, since code is sometimes hidden behind the stage when you do screen captures, but you still have to repeat the process for each sprite
3. You can get a text version of the code using the following steps:
- Hold down shift and click File on the menu in Scratch
- Choose Write Project summary
- Choose a folder and file name to save the text file with scripts for all the sprites in one file.
- Open the .txt file in Wordpad to get an easy to print version of all scripts in the project as well as other useful information like revision history and summary of sprites and sounds used