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  • #3910

    avalonbkk
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    I have a PDF document which I would like to fax to my contacts. Is Winfax Pro capable of doing this? At the moment I am using version 10.

    I tried to add the PDF as an attachment, but it simply displays it in Adobe Acrobat reader and does not show it as an attachment in Winfax. I have checked and I have the Winfax fax driver installed. Is there something I am doing wrong?

    Appreciate your help.

    Thanks

    Sallyanne

    #8454

    avalonbkk
    Member

    Just checking to see if anyone has any ideas regarding this. I am unable to attach any files in Winfax.

    #8455

    Anonymous
    Member

    Yes, you should be able to do this. Can you open the PDF document in Adobe, then click FILE, PRINT . Choose WinFax as the printer. Does that work?

    #8456

    avalonbkk
    Member

    Unfortunately it didn’t work. I fixed this issue by re-installing Windows XP and Winfax. Thanks for your suggestion.

    #8457

    Anonymous
    Member

    It was likely the printer driver for WinFax PRO that was not installed. The driver is required to attach or print any document from within any application.

    #8458

    avalonbkk
    Member

    It wasn’t the printer driver. That was installed (both the Winfax and Winfax Photo quality) printer drivers. I even re-installed them. It was totally baffling and I can only assume there was some other glitch with Windows.

    #8459

    kimmerhi
    Member

    We had a similar problem that was fixed by unassociating .PDF file types from Acrobat. That enabled the winfax driver to “print” the pdf attachment.

    #8460

    SIDVICIOUS
    Member

    Kim,
    how did you unassociated the pdf file?

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