I've been working on this for many hours. There is NO 'The printer I want is not listed' only Not finding what looking for which takes me to a windows page about bluetooth! Not helpful.
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I deleted old Windows print to pdf after:
- Identification of Dionysus and Shiva. But I think that Shiva is a development of Soma or one of the names of Soma that are forgotten by the later literature. Soma is the blood of the sacrificed god of Vedas. It may mean also his body.
- The joint offering certainly confirms Dionysus’ divinity but his name itself does that too, as it is largely translated as “the god of Nysa” 4. Dio or Diwo can be translated as “heavenly lord” in Sanskrit as well as Hindi, and is the root of the word for “divine”, and so we see the beginning of a connection to India, well before.
Print to pdf appears to work it says its doing it but never puts anything in the file folder I save it to.
I found some solved this with resetting permissions on the Temp files especially if moved. I went through all the command prompts and got the end result as specified. No Joy.
In sharing you have to include Current Creator or something like that not just 'Everyone'. No Joy.
The try to find a problem options doesn't find a problem. . except won't print to pdf
I believe in a prior version of Windows 10 there was a Printer is not listed option as this post describes. But in my latest update it disappeared.
NEW I found the printer is not listed option. duh.. If you right click in the printer area the option does not show. However, if you use the upper tab 'Add a printer' does show and I followed every step in this article. It put the Print to PDF printer back in. No joy if print to it now doesn't even give me the save as file explorer which it did before.
I changed all the security settings to allow all the options. No joy.
I then set up the printer to 'save to file' But doing that only has a Postscript? output option. It opened explorer direction, let it save..showed it was saving.. but just as before, no file is actually saved.
So have basically run out of options nothing seems to work
I am going to just print on a regular printer that works fine and then scan it and convert to pdf. Would be easier if Print to PDF worked.
In many authoring applications,you can use the Print command with the Adobe PDF printerto convert your file to PDF. Your source document is converted to PostScriptand fed directly to Distiller for conversion to PDF, without manually startingDistiller. The current Distiller preference settings and AdobePDF settings are used to convert the file. If you’reworking with nonstandard page sizes, create a custom page size.
(Windows)For Microsoft Office documents, the Adobe PDF printerdoes not include some of the features that are available from PDFMaker.For example, you cannot create bookmarks and hyperlinks using the AdobePDF printer. If you’re creating a PDF from a MicrosoftOffice document and you want to use these features, usePDFMaker.
The Adobe PDF printercreates untagged PDFs. A tagged structure is required for reflowingcontent to a handheld device and is preferable for producing reliable resultswith a screen reader.
- Open the file in its authoring application,and choose File > Print.
- Click the Properties (or Preferences) button to customizethe Adobe PDF printer setting. (In some applications,you may need to click Setup in the Print dialog box to open thelist of printers, and then click Properties or Preferences.)
Your PDF is saved in the folder specified by the settingof the Adobe PDF Output Folder in the Preferencesdialog box; the default location is My Documents. If you specifyPrompt For Adobe PDF Filename, then a Save As dialogopens when you print.
The method for creating PDFs using the Printcommand changed in Mac OS v10.6 SnowLeopard with Acrobat 9.1 and later. The following proceduredescribes the method in both Snow Leopard and earlier versions of MacOS X.
- Open the file in its authoring application, andchoose File > Print.
Choose Save As Adobe PDF from the PDF menu at the bottom of the dialog box.
- For Adobe PDF Settings, chooseone of the default settings, or customize the settings using Distiller.Any custom settings that you have defined are listed.
For most users, the default Adobe PDF conversionsettings are adequate.
- For After PDF Creation, specify whether to open the PDF.
Printing preferences apply toall applications that use the Adobe PDF printer, unlessyou change the settings in an authoring application by using the Page Setup,DocumentSetup, or Print menu.
The dialog box for settingprinting preferences is named Adobe PDFPrinting Preferences,Adobe PDF Printing Defaults, or Adobe PDFDocumentProperties, depending on how you access it.
Open the Printers windowfrom the Start menu. Right-click the Adobe PDF printer,and choose Printing Preferences.
In an authoring application such as Adobe InDesign, chooseFile > Print. Select Adobe PDF as theprinter, and click the Properties (or Preferences) button. (In someapplications, you may need to click Setup in the Print dialog boxto access the list of printers, and then click Properties or Preferencesto customize the Adobe PDF settings.)
PDF-specific options appear on the Adobe PDF Settings tab. The Paper Quality tab and Layout tab contain other familiar options for the paper source, printer ink, page orientation, and number of pages per sheet.
Printing Preferences are different from printer Properties. The Preferences include Adobe PDF-specific options for the conversion process; the Properties dialog box contains tabs of options that are available for any type of printer.
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Select a predefined set of options from the DefaultSettings menu or click Edit to view or change the settingsin the Adobe PDF Settings dialog box.
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Deselect this option to download fonts when creating thePDF. All your fonts will be available in the PDF, but it will takelonger to create it. Leave this option selected if you are workingwith Asian-language documents.
PrintingProperties are different from printer Preferences. The Propertiesdialog box contains tabs of options that apply to any type of printer;the Preferences include conversion options specifically for the AdobePDF printer.
It’s important to distinguish between page size (as defined in the source application’s Document Setup dialog box for your document) and paper size (the sheet of paper, piece of film, or area of the printing plate you’ll print on). Your page size might be U.S. Letter (8-1/2-by-11 in. or 21.59-by-27.94 cm), but you might need to print on a larger piece of paper or film to accommodate any printer’s marks or the bleed area. To ensure that your document prints as expected, set up your page size in both the source application and the printer.
The list of paper sizes available to Acrobat comes from the PPD file (PostScript printers) or from the printer driver (non-PostScript printers). If the printer and PPD file you’ve chosen for PostScript printing support custom paper sizes, you see a Custom option in the Paper Size menu. For printers capable of producing very large print areas, Acrobat supports pages as large as 15,000,000 in. (38,100,000 cm) by 15,000,000 in. (38,100,000 cm).
In an authoring application such as Adobe InDesign,choose File > Print. Select Adobe PDF asthe printer, and click the Properties button. (In some applications,you may need to click Setup in the Print dialog box to open thelist of printers, and then click Properties or Preferences to customizethe Adobe PDF settings.)