Sometimes, your QuickBooks for Windows or Mac-run devices show you some unexpected errors,\nlike “There is a problem connecting to your currently selected printer, Microsoft XPS Document\nwriter on XPS port,” “QuickBooks is not responding,” “Unable to save as .pdf file,” “Print Driver Host\nfor 32-bit Applications has Stopped Working” or “Error 1722 or 1801 when installing PDF Converter.”
Sometimes, your QuickBooks for Windows or Mac-run devices show you some unexpected errors,
like “There is a problem connecting to your currently selected printer, Microsoft XPS Document
writer on XPS port,” “QuickBooks is not responding,” “Unable to save as .pdf file,” “Print Driver Host
for 32-bit Applications has Stopped Working” or “Error 1722 or 1801 when installing PDF Converter.”
All these errors or issues show all is not well with your QuickBooks and it indicates to the inability of
the accounting and financial management program to reconcile accounts and mail forms, or print
.pdf files. When such things happen, QB users find it hard to make things happen in their favor.
Then they need to follow a QuickBooks technical support for printing issues of all sizes and types.
If you are a QuickBooks user and are finding any of mentioned above errors hitting your screen, just
go for the following suggestions and tips to make QuickBooks software program easily reconcile
accounts, print .pdf files, and mail forms. It is likely that while trying to email and save as PDF, you
may encounter an error which may not occur if the file is saved or email is sent again. If your
attempts are going in vain, then go for the very first step that can make things in your favor.
Download the QuickBooks Print and PDF Repair tool and run it. Then, try the .pdf file-related tasks
which are the cause of the error. If you don’t get rid of the error, try to restart the computer, and
then try again.
It is likely that your issue is resolved; if not then Windows Server 2008 and Server 2012 users should
abide by the following steps with reference to the PDF. It is found that XPS Services are usually
turned off automatically for Windows Server 2008 and Server 2012. The turning off of the services
can conflict with QuickBooks if the full program on the server is in use. So start things by logging in
as the Administrator or as a user with administrator rights. After this, enable XPS Viewer. After
enabling the XPS Viewer, all you need to do is to try PDF tasks in the accounting software program
once again. If things are still out of your hands, it is likely that the PDF creation has failed on
Windows Server 2012. So you better contact with technical support for QuickBooks to overcome the
issue. They can help you when you are unable to print to your XPS printer outside of QuickBooks.
Here the value and importance of a tech support provider becomes useful as the Microsoft XPS
Writer is not an Intuit product. Also test if the XPS Document Writer is functioning well. You can also
re-install the document driver. Then, adjust Windows user permissions for the Document Writer and
edit security software settings. Then try to install or repair MSXML 6.0 and create a new template for
your form. After this, bypass the print spooler and checkout if the reconcile window is shown on the