Testing if doPDF is installed correctly

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Softland
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Postby Softland » Wed May 28, 2008 3:59 pm

After installation you can test if doPDF is working properly by printing a test page. If the test page is successfully converted into a PDF file, doPDF should be working properly. Instructions on how to print a test page are included below.


To print a test page in Windows Vista:



  1. Go to Start and click on Printers (if you have the Classic menu go to Start->Settings->Printers)

  2. In the Printers window, right-click doPDF and select Properties

  3. In the doPDF Properties window, click on Print Test Page

  4. You will be prompted to select a location and name for the test PDF file. Choose one and click Save.

  5. After the PDF was created and saved, it will open in your default PDF reader and you will see the printed test page.


To print a test page in Windows XP or Windows 2003 Server:



  1. Go to Start and click on Printers and Faxes (if you have the Classic menu go to Start->Settings->Printers and Faxes)

  2. In the Printers and Faxes window, right-click doPDF and select Properties

  3. In the doPDF Properties window, click on Print Test Page

  4. You will be prompted to select a location and name for the test PDF file. Choose one and click Save.

  5. After the PDF was created and saved, it will open in your default PDF reader and you will see the printed test page.


To print a test page in Windows 2000:



  1. Go to Start and click on Printers

  2. In the Printers window, right-click doPDF and select Properties

  3. In the doPDF Properties window, click on Print Test Page

  4. You will be prompted to select a location and name for the test PDF file. Choose one and click Save.

  5. After the PDF was created and saved, it will open in your default PDF reader and you will see the printed test page.



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