"for instructor review and accessibility purposes"
Hi Sherri. "for instructor review" is easily understood.
How a PDF can be used to assess "accessibility purposes" is less clear.
Can you explain a little more?
Personally, I know of no Adapt-specific way to create a printable version of the course. Have you tried "printing to PDF"? Right-click the webpage to bring up the context menu and select "Print..."; then choose something like "Print to PDF" as the value for "destination." You may get lucky.
Honestly, it has rarely succeeded for me.
(a) CSS recognizes a print device and looks for a print stylesheet--and that's where it can get messy: few developers (none?) are tasked with or paid for ensuring a quality printed facsimile.
(b) Interactive components such as Accordion and Hot Graphic won't automatically cycle through their items for the print-to-PDF process.
While I'm sure that there must be a number of techniques for generating a PDF from a course. I wonder if the resulting output can satisfy your requirements for review purposes. (For other purposes I have used a browser app called "Save as PDF." https://pdfcrowd.com/save-as-pdf-addon/ But it works only with publicly hosted pages--not with AT Previews.)
Adobe Acrobat has a toolbar addon that I suspect does a decent conversion job--but you'll need a subscription to Acrobat (I don't have one, so I haven't tested this.)
And there are a variety of ways to get the content JSON out of the course for review (e.g., https://github.com/cgkineo/adapt2html and even framework grunt commands). But these are better suited for editorial purposes than for instructor review.
Well, this is a conversation starter. Hopefully someone will stop by with a technique that satisfies your needs..