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OS 10.4 - pdf option in print dialog


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Hi i'm wondering if there is a way to enable the pdf button in the print dialog because i don't see it i'll attach a file with what i see i'll go browsing my computer to see if i can find out and give an answer when and if i find out

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Have you set up PDF as a printer in the system preferences pane?

If not you need to add PDF just like you would a normal printer
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Have you set up PDF as a printer in the system preferences pane?

If not you need to add PDF just like you would a normal printer
do you mean the Flash Paper printer?
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Btw, I have no printer installed whatsoever, still I get the PDF option. You sure you know how to use the print to PDF thing right? It's a button at the bottom left. You will however not get that option in Adobe apps...
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You still have to setup the PDF printer even though it shows as a printer.

Just give it a try go into system prefs and add pdf as a printer.
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