On Win 7 64-bit, the original "Generic Colour PostScript" will NOT work at all. Some of the PS Printer Drivers that come with Win 7 WILL work and you'll need to pick one and install it from the regular Windows 'Add
1.) A suitable one is "Xerox Phaser 6120 PS".
2.) You'll need to access DCOM to configure PDFRun.PrintToPDF with this command on Win 7 64-bit:
mmc comexp.msc /32
3.) In PDF.avfp, you'll need to add this property to the oPDF object like:
oPDF.cPSColorPrinter ="Xerox Phaser 6120 PS"
4.) The above is the good news. The bad news is that it seems like I have to modify the PDFrun project and EXE COM because the SetPrinter routine foolishly does not match the name correctly using UPPERs.... So..... I was hoping to
have a new release out sometime soon anyway ... maybe days ... that WILL have this fix...