Definitions for "VIRTUAL PRINTER"
A feature of many operating systems that saves output to a file until the printer becomes available. See also FILE; OUTPUT
a set of attributes and their associated values that define a high-level data stream (such as ASCII or Postscript) and the methods for processing that data stream
a set of attributes that defines a high-level data stream (such as ASCII or PostScript) that the printer understands
Keywords:  pdfwriter, pdf, adobe, fax, instead
Not an actual physical device. Examples include fax software, which sends a fax instead of printing, and Adobe PDFWriter, which creates a file in PDF format.