|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.
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!
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