So many of you are probably using the new Windows 7 beta that’s available from Microsoft.Â IfÂ you’re usingÂ Windows 7 x64 (64-bit) and have installed Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) you’ll notice that the Adobe PDF printer has not be installed.Â This may apply to previous versions of the Adobe Creative Suite as well.Â From what I also understand, this fix works for Vista x64 (64-bit) as well.Â If you’re missing your PDF printer, please continue reading to learn more.
- Click your Start Button and select Control Panel
- Select Devices and Printers
- Select Add a printer
- Select Add a local printer
- Check Use an existing port and select Documents\*.pdf (Adobe PDF) from the drop down.Â Click Next
- Click the Have Disk… button
- Click the Browse… button
- Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat 9.0\Acrobat\Xtras\AdobePDF
- Select AdobePDF.inf from the list, then click the OK button
- You will see many Adobe PDF Converters in the list, however count six down from the top and click Next
- Name your printer, in my case I named mine Adobe PDF
- Follow the rest of the prompts
The 32-bit of Windows Vista and Windows 7 do not have this problem. Happy PDF’ing.