When you print a report from RealTracs, they are no longer rendered first as a PDF and then printed from your PDF software. Rather, they are sent straight to the printer so you can get what you need faster and easier. But, what if you want to save the document as a PDF? The tips below will help you do just that.

If you are using Windows 10 on a PC:

Regardless of the browser you are using on your pc, Windows 10 has a print to PDF function already build in. Simply select Microsoft Print to PDF from your list of available printers and then print as normal. On Firefox, the list of printers can be by clicking the drop down box of available printers (fig. 1). On Chrome, click Change (fig. 2) to view you available printers and select Microsoft Print to PDF.

Firefox                                                                                    Chrome

(fig. 1)                                                                                        (fig. 2)

(Images Retrieved: July 2017)

If you are using Windows 7 on a PC:


  1. Select Save as PDF as your print destination and click save.
  2. Choose where you want to save the file

(Images Retrieved: July 2017)


  1. You will first need to download Print to PDF software.
  2. Primo PDF is one of many that are available, and it can be downloaded by clicking here.
  3. Once downloaded and installed on your computer, you will see PrimoPDF as an option in your print menu (fig. 1).
  4. Once selected, you will be directed to the Primo PDF screen. Click Create PDF (fig 2).
  5. Once created, give your PDF a file name and choose where you would like to save it (fig. 3).

(fig.1)                                                                 (fig. 2)                                                 (fig. 3)

(Images Retrieved: July 2017)

If you are using a Mac:

Macs have a built-in function that allows users to view and print a PDF from the print screen. Simply select Open PDF in Preview to view and print the report in PDF format.

Safari                                                               Firefox                                                                 Chrome

(Images Retrieved: July 2017)