Does anyone how to find the PDF printer driver to install locally, so I can create PDFs from the MS office suite. I know drivers cannot be sequenced.
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Is Office sequenced on your machines or is it installed locally?
Answered 02/23/2007 by: turbokitty
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Office is sequenced together with Adobe 7 Professional, but cannot find the driver for the PDF Printer to install locally.  Not sure if this is even possible, I'm new at this.

Thanks for the interest
Answered 02/23/2007 by: adisalvo
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You used to be able to do this with v6, but not from 7.x onwards...
Answered 03/23/2007 by: DannyC
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Are you trying to do this with SoftGrid or SVS? SoftGrid can't handle sequencing Adobe Acrobat 7 Pro due to the driver issue (acrodist.exe always went to 100% CPU utilization during sequencing for me), but SVS can.

Instead of trying to separate out the PDF (print) driver from Adobe, there are freeware PDF converters available - like CutePDF Writer for example - that you could rollout. A virtual version of Office will pick this up.
Answered 03/24/2007 by: BadShadd
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Was trying to do this with Softgrid, but see from DannyC that it cannot be done with Version 7 onwards. Thanks!
Answered 03/24/2007 by: adisalvo
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