An Adobe Acrobat printer isn't actually a hardware-based device that connects to your computer. Instead, this is a PostScript "printer" that allows you to mount your finished document and save the file as a different graphic or text based file. This file is compatible with both Windows and Mac systems, although Adobe stopped releasing Printer drivers for these computer systems several years ago. The only need for these Adobe Acrobat printers is individuals running a computer with Windows 98 or earlier.
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Open your browser and navigate to the download link for Adobe Acrobat printer drivers. (See Resources)
Click "Proceed to Download." Follow the prompts to download the Adobe Acrobat printer driver.
Double-click the downloaded file once the download is complete to open the installation wizard.
Accept the user agreement, then click "Next" to accept both the installation name and location. Click "Install." The Adobe Acrobat printer driver installs directly onto your computer system. Depending on the operating system you are running, you might be asked to restart the computer to finish the install process.
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