If you’re working with nonstandard page sizes, create a custom page size. A tagged structure is required for reflowing content to a handheld device and access XP PDF preferable for producing reliable results with a screen reader. In some applications, you may need to click Setup in the Print dialog box to open the list of printers, and then click Properties or Preferences. In the Print dialog box, click OK.
PDF menu at the bottom of the dialog box. Settings, choose one of the default settings, or customize the settings using Distiller. Any custom settings that you have defined are listed. For After PDF Creation, specify whether to open the PDF. Select a name and location for your PDF, and click Save. By default, your PDF is saved with the same filename and a .
Open the Printers window from the Start menu. Layout tab contain other familiar options for the paper source, printer ink, page orientation, and number of pages per sheet. Printing Preferences are different from printer Properties. Properties dialog box contains tabs of options that are available for any type of printer. Specify settings in the dialog box.
Choose an output folder for the converted PDF, or click Browse to add or change the output folder. Filename to specify a location and filename at the time of conversion. Select a custom page size that you have defined. Automatically starts Acrobat and displays the converted document immediately. Includes information such as the filename and date and time of creation.
Deselect this option to download fonts when creating the PDF. All your fonts will be available in the PDF, but it will take longer to create it. Leave this option selected if you are working with Asian-language documents. Automatically deletes the log files unless the job fails. Warns you when you are about to overwrite an existing PDF with a file of the same name. Printing Properties are different from printer Preferences. Click the tabs, and select options as needed.