I use PDF printers quite a bit since I’ve grown accustomed to having the feature built-in on my Mac. In order to do this on a Windows machine you’ll need a third-party application, and there are quite a few that you can choose from. Most of them all do the same thing, but we came across one recently that we liked.
The reason why I think Dora PDF Writer stands out is because it doesn’t try to install any toolbars or other apps during the setup process, and it is pretty simple to use. There aren’t a lot of configuration options that you can choose from, but it has the basics such as encryption, save-to location, and some meta properties for the PDF that will get generated. The screenshot above is what you’ll see when you choose Dora as your printer.
This is also compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, which is nice since I’ve seen some that don’t support 64-bit yet. If you’re in the market for an app like this I’d say it’s worth the minute it will take to download and install it.
Doro PDF Writer Homepage (Windows only; 32/64-bit; Freeware)