Print to PDF is a new feature in Windows 10 that allows you to print anything on your computer as a Unable to print pdf from outlook file. This is an amazing feature that many users requested, but unfortunately, many users are reporting that this feature isn’t working for them on Windows 10.
Some users reported that they don’t see the dialog that lets them save a PDF file to a specific directory. This problem is mostly related to Microsoft Edge, since Edge sometimes saves the PDF documents to the default directory automatically. There are reports that Print to PDF feature isn’t working correctly if you save your PDF files to the Documents folder. Users reported empty PDF files when saving them to Documents folder, but you can easily fix that by choosing a different output directory for your PDF files.
Number of users claim that you can fix problems with Print to PDF feature simply by disabling and enabling the feature. Downloading drivers manually can be a long and tedious process. Outdated drivers can often cause crashes, file loss and even permanent damage to your computer. Click the Start Scan button and let the tool download all the necessary drivers.
S and enter windows features. Select Turn Windows features on or off from the menu. When Windows Features window opens, locate Microsoft Print to PDF and disable it.
Click OK to save changes. When your PC restarts, repeat the same steps and enable Microsoft Print to PDF again. Click OK to save changes. After enabling the feature again, Print to PDF should be working again without any issues.
Users claim that setting Print to PDF as a default printer fixes the problems with this feature, therefore you might want to try that. Select Devices and Printers from the list of results. When Devices and Printers window opens, navigate to Printers section.
Locate Print to PDF, right click it and choose Set as default printer from the menu. After doing that, you should see a green check mark next to Print to PDF meaning that it’s set as a default printer. Number of users reported that having commas in your file name or destination directory for PDF files will create a PDF file with the size of 0 bytes. To avoid this issue, make sure that the name of PDF file and the name of destination directory doesn’t contain a comma.
It has been confirmed by users that comma causes this issue, but just to be safe, maybe you should avoid using special characters completely until Microsoft fixes this issue. Few users claim that removing the printer and installing it again fixes the issue, so you might want to try that. Go to Devices and Printers section.
Locate Microsoft Print to PDF, right click it and choose Remove Device. After you’ve removed Microsoft Print to PDF, click the Add a printer button. Click The printer that I want isn’t listed.