How to Check for PostScript or Non-PostScript Printer Drivers

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How to Check for PostScript or Non-PostScript Printer Drivers

To check for PostScript printer under Adobe Acrobat Professional on Windows or Macintosh:

  1. Launch Adobe Acrobat Professional.
  2. Open any PDF file.
  3. Go to File > Print.
  4. Click on the Advanced button.
  5. On the left pane, select PostScript Options.
  6. If the items under PostScript Options are grayed out, then the Non-PostScript printer driver is installed. 

To check for a PostScript printer under TextEdit on Macintosh:

  1. Launch Text Edit.
  2. Go to File > Print.
  3. From the 3rd pop-up menu, check to see if Error Handling is a selectable option.
  4. If the option is missing, then the Non-PostScript printer driver is installed.

To check for a Postscript printer under Notepad on Windows:

  1. Launch Notepad.
  2. Go to File > Print.
  3. Now click on the Preferences button. Then click on Advanced.
  4. If the PostScript Options under Document Options is missing, then the Non-PostScript printer driver is installed.
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  • Topic #: 30026-1068
  • Date Created: 11/20/2012
  • Last Modified Since: 09/05/2016
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