Tips for using PDF 2 PSP Back

Here's a few tricks I've found for getting the most out of PDF 2 PSP. If you come up with any others, please pass them along, and I'll add them to this document.

  Using PDF2PSP as a Printer Back

As of 10.3, OS X has the built in ability to print straight to PDF instead of to a physical printer. What most people don't know, however, is that you can extend this ability by adding programs to a folder called "Library/PDF Services".

If you don't have a "PDF Services" folder, create it now. Next, download the PDFServices from the PDF 2 PSP homepage. Save it in the PDF Services folder with a name like "Print to PSP" or similar.

When you print, you will see a new button at the bottom of your print dialog box. When you click it, you will be able to choose your applescript as a printer! When the applescript runs, it will launch PDF 2 PSP and automatically convert whatever you were printing to PSP format.

  Using PSPWare Back

One of the easiest ways to use PDF 2 PSP is to use it with PSPWare. If you own PSPWare, configure PDF 2 PSP's output directory to point to PSPWare's iPhoto drop box. Now, your PDFs will be written to your PSP the same way your iPhoto albums are.

  Your PSP Manual Back

Did you know you can download a PDF version of your PSP's manual? Well, you can not only download it, you can convert it and put a copy on your PSP! Logo   Back to PDF 2 PSP Help