Postscript Printer Driver Win 7 Install Update
I am trying to convert Pagemaker 7. Please repost your question in the Windows7 Forum at: Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. So if someone wants to get an answer to this problem, those links will do you no good at all. So unless someone can point to a regular, straightforward download, rather than trying to show off MS' cleverness at making a day-long process out of a 5-minute task, it will never work.
I think that this should work -- at least it just has done for me, except it is black and white only so far. I have PageMaker 7. I'm still looking for a better solution but in the mean time, at least I can export most PageMaker 7. Tell us about your experience with our site. Maz Created on June 13, The driver on the PM install disc will not install. The driver available on the Adobe website will not install.
The HP tech support cannot help me. They have directed me back to Adobe. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question User Replied on June 13, By marking a post as Answered, or Helpful you help others find the answer faster. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? In reply to A. User's post on June 13, Hi Maz, Please see the following post with a similar issue and possible fix: MaryCosman Replied on November 21, May be ancient history for you by now, but I have had same problem in loading driver from my PM7 disc onto a new laptop.
Did you ever discover how to do it? In reply to MaryCosman's post on November 21, I have the exact same issue. Did you find a way to resolve it.
Did you find a download somewhere for Windows 7. I just want the postscript driver for PM7!! I don't care that its old, it should work. I am trying to figure it out too. MaryCosman Replied on May 2, In reply to jh's post on May 2, It is not working for me. I have not had time to try Tom's suggestion but will do so before long. Otherwise, wondering if W And I agree with you - do not want to buy new Adobe software either, just for what should be a quick fix.
Roselady Replied on January 3, In reply to MaryCosman's post on May 2, I just love PM7 and have no need for In Design! LouBuff Replied on January 27, In reply to Roselady's post on January 3, This site in other languages x.
I understand that there no specific driver for anything above, I believe, Win 98 or NT from what I've researched. I haven't been able to figure it out. Can someone help with this? You are not being at all clear But if you're on Win 7 and trying to do anything with Pagemaker you are truly on your own. It's time to move to InDesign.
Using universal PS drivers to install virtual printer in latest Windows. How to install a virtual PostScript printer in Windows. Since 90's, Adobe has provided a free PostScript driver for users to download, so they can install a PS printer to their systems. It was originally written for the earliest Windows and later upgraded to Windows , but there is no way how making it work on later versions of Windows, especially on the bits. Considering how many users are looking for "some file" to PostScript conversion on our website like PDF to PS , we have decided to make a little tutorial about installing virtual PS printers, because it is one of the easiest ways how PostScript files can be created from something via the Print to file function. If you do not have access to a physical PostScript printer and thus you get no drivers from the vendors, there exist really only a few limited options left on how you could install a virtual PostScript printer to your system. Whilst experienced users can probably deal with this problem on their own, the less savvy computer user might have trouble solving this problem on their own. This article will cover one of these ways, and we will show you how you can install virtual PS printer to Windows 8. This will of course work on previous Windows Vista or Windows 7 or latest Windows 10, you would just need to download different driver. Some manufacturers, like Xerox, provide a generic PS driver that you can install to your system. You can find them here: Xerox Printer Driver Download.