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I have just purchased the new Adobe Publishing Collection that comes with Acrobat 4.0. I understand from reading previously posted questions that PageMaker will not make a pdf file unless I have an Adobe postscript driver installed.
Will Adobe Pressready do the job for me?
I am currently using an Epson Stylus Color 900 and 1160 ink jet printers. I don't think the 1160 is supported but there is supposed to be a downloadable patch for the 900.
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Art
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Have you tried exporting as a PDF directly from PageMaker? Have you installed Acrobat 4 and tried printing to a PDF utilizing the distiller assistant?

Acrobat 4 should install the necessary Postscript software you need. Acrobat 3 would not, instead requiring you to load your own PS driver somewhere.

GL!
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