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dbrannick
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Printing PDF's from file finder

Postby dbrannick » Tue May 06, 2014 1:07 pm

Within the results of file finder, I click on a PDF file and request it to be printed.
However, what is printed or displayed on the print preview is not the printed text but rather what appears to be postscript.
How can I request the pdf to be printed correctly.

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FileViewer
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Re: Printing PDF's from file finder

Postby FileViewer » Tue May 06, 2014 6:12 pm

Within the results of file finder, I click on a PDF file and request it to be printed.
However, what is printed or displayed on the print preview is not the printed text but rather what appears to be postscript.
How can I request the pdf to be printed correctly.

V can neither view or print PDF files - you will need to use a PDF viewer (like Adobe Reader).

There are two ways you can print the file from V.

1. From the File Finder, you can double-click on the PDF file to view it in the PDF viewer and print it from there.

2. From the File Finder, Ctrl+Right-Click on the PDF file (which will display the Explorer menu) and select Print. This will cause Windows to print the file using the default PDF viewer.

dbrannick
Posts: 22
Joined: Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:19 am

Re: Printing PDF's from file finder

Postby dbrannick » Wed May 07, 2014 3:35 am

Option #2 works fine. I just wanted to select a group of PDF files to print without having to open each one to print. This option is just as simple and works like you indicated.
Thank you.


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