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jbailey268 (Programmer) (OP)
5 Jul 09 22:17
How come in the Print dialog box the Create Adobe PDF is not one of the options in the dropdown list? I have Vista O.S.
I have the 9.1 version of Adobe Acrobat which is suppose to contain functionality for PDF creation.
Doesn't appear in anything, Excel, Word other windows compatible applications.
Just loaded it today. Then, I rebooted but doesn't help.

Thanks,
Very much appreciated.
vb5prgrmr (Programmer)
5 Jul 09 23:16
Probably because the print to PDF is a seperate addon/download or as I searched their site, there seems to be some problems with it not showing up on some systems with some systems. First link I think will get you to where you need to be to download what you want.

http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/search/index.cfm?loc=en_us&term=download%20printer%20driver%20windows&cat=all

Good Luck

 
jbailey268 (Programmer) (OP)
6 Jul 09 0:03
Thx,

Will check it out. I thought it was me.
I wonder if this would have worked in Windows XP?

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