I have a Windows 7 Ultimate x64 PC and I am running an XP SP3 x86 virtual machine to support a legacy program.
In Windows 7, I have Acrobat X Standard installed and it works great.
I need the ability to print to PDF from my legacy program in Windows XP.
It doesn't look (unless I am mistaken) like I can map to the Windows 7 PDF printer for XP as I don't have the 32-bit print driver.
The only solution I can think of at this point is to install a separate program in the virtual pc and use that.
I would prefer to use Acrobat for this.
If I install Acrobat X in XP will it cause a licensing issue? My license is an upgrade, we had Acrobat 7 before. Could I perhaps install Acrobat 7 in XP to get the print to PDF functionality without voiding our license?
I want to make sure we don't violate the license agreement but I also need to get a solution up and running quickly.
Thanks in advance
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