PrimoPDF Error: String Was Not Recognized As A Valid DateTime

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    When trying to print a PDF in PrimoPDF, you get this error:

    String was not recognized as a valid DateTime

    PrimoPDF gives the invalid DateTime error Windows is using a Short Date format of DD/MM/YYYY. To fix the error, change the DateTime format of Windows to the default option (first Short Date format in the dropdown list). After this, the next time you go to print a PDF in PrimoPDF you won’t get the String was not recognized as a valid DateTime error.

    Be aware that this change will effect the displayed format of all dates in almost all applications on your computer, but this is the only way to get around the bug in PrimoPDF.

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