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Print To File With Adobe PDF Printer

Print To File With Adobe PDF Printer

Print To File With Adobe PDF Printer

It seems that using OutputTo PDF format is giving some inconsistent results as far as positioning of elements like address across systems for us. This matters for printing mail pieces for windowed envelopes. To be fair, I think each system is consistent just can't have the controls in the exact same position necessarily.

We have pictures in the headers which may or may not have anything to do with it.

However each of us does have Adobe Pro DC. What I would like to do is try automating printing to the adobe printer and specifying the file name... Alas I didn't see anything that would allow me to control the printer properties in my initial searches (aside from other programs that I could not load if I wanted to). Am I missing it? Anyone done this?

It seems ridiculous that the PDF conversion is not WYSIWYG.

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