Thanks Art, we will give it a try.
GWEckrich at wowway.com
On 5-Feb - 2009, at 9:11 PM, Art Campbell wrote:
> There should be a logical printer on the system named Adobe PDF or
> something similar. But just select that as your printer and print to
> it. It should prompt you for a destination file and that's that. You
> do not need to print to a PS file and then distill, so make sure that,
> in the FM print dialog box, Print to File is NOT checked.
> Art Campbell
> art.campbell at gmail.com
> "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52
> Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson
> disclaimers apply.
> DoD 358
> On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 1:07 PM, Greg. Eckrich
> <GWEckrich at wowway.com> wrote:
>> Good afternoon.
>> Seems like such a dumb question but I'll be darned if I can finger it
>> I desire to produce a .pdf file of a large book. The file has been
>> produced before and has actually been sumitted to a commercial
>> printer in the pdf format.
>> Using FrameMaker 7.1 on Windows XP running as a guest OS on a MacBook
>> Pro running OS 10.4.
>> This version of Frame needs to see a post script printer on the
>> system. While there is no physical PS printer installed, a driver is
>> present for a GCC BLP Elite v52.3. This arrangement has worked in
>> the past.
>> Walked through printer setup in Frame; frame sees the printer.
>> Actually sent a file to this printer and the file queued up.
>> Any thoughts?
>> Gregory Eckrich,
>> 708-743-6849 cell
>> GWEckrich at wowway.com
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