When you install the PDF printer, the setup program will try to decide which default printer settings are best for you. It will look at the country code of your computer and determine if the default paper size should be A4 or Letter. It will also set things such as the default printer resolution in DPI and other stuff.
Some of these settings can be set to specific values during the installation using the command line switches for the setup program. You can also change the default settings after the printer is installed. Here is how you can do that.
First you go to the Devices and Printers window in your control panel. You right click the PDF printer and select Printer properties.
In the dialog for printer properties, you click the Printing Defaults button on the Advanced tab.
This brings up a new dialog where you can set paper orientation and some other things.
From here you can click the Advanced button and get even more choices such as pater size.
This is a description of how you install the Bullzip PDF Printer. The dialogs shown in this walk-through is from an installation on Windows 10. If you have a different version of Windows, the dialogs may look slightly different.
When you run the downloaded setup program it will ask for administrator access to install the software on your PC.
The first step of the installation will prompt you for the preferred language. This will determine the language of the installation process and the default language for the installed PDF printer. You can always change this later in the PDF printer options dialog.
A license agreement is shown after the language selection.
The PDF printer depends on other components to run. It can download these components automatically for you. Normally, you want to install all these components. They are all needed for specific features and does not contain any mallware as you sometimes find with other software installers.
Installation can take a short while. Be patient.
When the installation is finished, this screen is shown.
You are new ready to print your first PDF file.