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"Paula B. Whitaker" wrote:
> **Cross posted***
> Someone posted some time ago the type of print drivers
> that are needed to print to .pdf. I am using Windows
> 2000, Word 2000 and would like to print my Word files
> to a .pdf file. Can anyone help?
> Paula Whitaker
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