No, I downloaded the trial, to see if this would work for me. On Windows 7, flashpaper does not install properly. It fails to register one of the components, which causes the problem that you described. I uninstalled, as it would appear that it isn't going to be usuable.
How to install FlashPaper2 on Windows 7
I've wrote the solution here:
This required using Microsoft's Windows Print Migrator 3.1 and exporting a working WinXP FlashPaper2 printer to a .cab file
Step 1: Uninstall FlashPaper2, if applicable
Step 2: Run uninstall_flash_player.exe
Low Trust Users: Download latest @ http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/uninstall_flash_player.exe
Step 3: Run FlashPaper2Installer.exe
Low Trust Users: Download latest trial @ https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=flashpaper
Step 4: Run printmig.exe
Low Trust Users: Download @ http://download.microsoft.com/download/4/5/2/452d431e-5a5c-43bd-b398-6fc27208e001/printmig .exe
Step 5: Load FlashPaper2.cab @ http://sites.google.com/a/imustknowsomething.com/flashpaper2-windows7/FlashPaper2.cab
(Low Trust Users create your own on a XP machine w/ successful FlashPaper2 install using printmig.exe via Actions > Backup...)
Click Actions, or press Alt + A
Click Restore..., or press R
Locate FlashPaper2.cab, click Open
Wait for process to complete...
Step 6: Open Devices and Printers
Right-click "Macromedia FlashPaper", select Printer Properties
Click on the Ports tab
Verify the FlashPaper port is checked.
Verify the "Macromedia FlashPaper" printer is online.
You're good to GO!
Step 7: Re-install latest Flash Player @ http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
Any solution for Windows 7/64-bit?
I haven't had a chance to look into this yet. The easy answer (100% surefire method) would be to install Virtual PC (free) and load a WinXP virtual workstation (or Win7 32-bit with my fix applied) and print documents within the virtual machine using flash paper.
Another possible solution would be for me to get this working on a WinXP/64-bit virtual machine and then run printmig to create a 64-bit flashpaper .cab file, which could then be used/distributed for use with Win7/64-bit workstations.
Virtual PC 2007 32-bit:
Virtual PC 2007 64-bit:
Virtual PC Images
Well, I'm not familiar with Virtual anything. I use flaspaper to
produce flash inserts for websites say saving something in Word. Can I still do that i.e. can the virtual access documents in Real?