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In Windows if you have the full version of (Adobe Acrobat)PDF you can print directly to a pdf file in any program. So if you are in any program you just select print and from your choice of printers you pick pdf. Instead of printing the print goes directly to a pdf file. You can then view the pdf or print it as normal.
What is the best Linux program to do this with? I have Linux pdf viewers and Red Hat 8.0 stock programs.
I guess, I just don't know how to create a pseudo printer.
I'm in Mozilla and I select print, but I only see one printer choice.
Under "Menu" "System Settings" "Printing". I can create a Local, LPD, SMB, NCP, or a JetDirect printer queue from here. I also have a CUPS printer configuration tool. I have the RH8 printer support installed but I only see the above items. I installed ggv (gnome) which is a frontend for Ghostcript, but couldn't find it to use it.
I assume that all of the KDE stuff is under "Extras" in RH8.