Follow these steps to create a virtual printer.
- Quit out of QuarkXPress.
- Check to see if there is already a default printer listed in the Control Panel.
- If there is a default printer, but it doesn't seem to be recognized by QuarkXPress, then set any other printer (if available) as the default printer.
If no other printer is installed, create a virtual printer as described in Knowledgebase
Next create a Local Preferences in the QuarkXPress folder (Note: not applicable for Windows Vista) as mentioned in Knowledgebase
- Launch QuarkXPress and try to create PDF or print a layout.
QuarkXPress 7 in some cases needs a virtual PostScript printer in order to create a PDF. In addition, if no printer is available as a default printer, you will need to create a virtual printer in order to Print to PostScript.