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By: Leonard R. Miller     Locust Bayou, Arkansas  
Date: May 28,2018 at 10:47
In Response to: Oops, I can print to CutePDF, just not with Ztree (Ben Kent)

> > > > Using ZTW v2.4.184 I wish to print a my directory tree to PDF.
> > > I'm
> > > > using win10 64 bit on a brand new Dell desktop.
> > > >
> > > > In tree mode I key P, T, L = 55, M = 0, W = off, P to: Microsoft
> > > Print
> > > > to PDF
> > > >
> > > > After hitting Enter, Win 10 then issues a notification of the
> > > filename
> > > > in the Documents folder. However, after several tries, each PDF
> > file
> > > has
> > > > 0 KB content.
> >
> > I wonder if this has all been a permission issue since certain
> > documents caution me that I can open them as Read Only. Since I've
> been
> > using this new Win10 Dell desktop, I need to launch apps as
> Administrator
> > so I don't get those cautions.
> >
> > Perhaps my transfer of files was made to a poor tree structure?
>
>
>
> o. Permissions
> Put files that all locally logged on users should be able to edit under
> C:\Users\Public\Documents
>
> Or grant permissions, with a command like this
> icacls c:\some_dir /grant BUILTIN\Users:(OI)(CI)(M)
>
> Don't move files on the same volume, they will keep source location
> permissions see
> https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help...-you-copy-and-move-files-and-folders,
> do a copy then delete instead.
>
>
> o. Printing
> It could be that ZTree sends no formatting, so the PDF printer does not
> know what to do.
>
> o. Workaround
> Print to CLIP:, then paste into a program that can print to the PDF
> printer.
>
> Ben

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