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How to Create a Print File in OSX.4 & 5; Print Files May Be Requested by Technical Support

Document ID:HO3300

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How to create a print file; How to create a ps file; How to create a pdf; Lexmark Z2400; Lexmark X4610



This article describes the process for printing to file should a Lexmark technician require a document for testing purposes.
NOTE: As a rule .ps files are preferred by Lexmark Technical Support; however, .PDF files may also be requested for various reasons. 

Procedure:  Printing to File

  1. From the application menu bar, click File.
  2. Click Print.
  3. Click on  when the print window opens. 
  4. Select Save as PostScript or Save as PDF as required. Click here for image.
  5. After selecting a file name and destination folder, click PrintNOTE:  By default Mac OS X.5 saves all files in the User's Documents folder.

Default Print File Location: Documents Folder

If you chose to save to the default documents folder, you can access your file(s) as follows:

    1. Click on the Macintosh Hard Drive.
    2. Click on the Users folder.
    3. Click on admin or your personal user name. 
    4. Click on Documents.
    5. Locate the .ps or .pdf file.  

Still Need Help? 

Please contact Lexmark Technical Support.  NOTE:  When calling for support, you will need your printer model type and serial number.
Please call from near the computer and printer in case the technician asks you to perform a task involving one of these devices. 

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