My company uses a SaaS cloud app for generating quotes and contracts on windows desktops. To send the contract to the customer, we follow the print function and use free pdf virtual windows printers, like cutepdf, to create the pdf of the contract and then email it to the customer. The cloud app printing function is built only for windows. when we access it from ipad, we can navigate the app and create the contracts, but can't execute the print function since it doesn't see any windows installed printers. My goal is not to print to network, wireless, or local physical printers, but to find an iPad app that will emulate a windows printer so that our cloud app will allow us to "print" the contract, ideally to create a pdf file locally on the iPad and then we can email it to the customer. Most of the iPad printing utilities seem to let you print a web page, photo, or office file locally on the iPad. These do not address my issue where this cloud app was built for a windows platform and expects to see windows printers installed so you can point the print job to the windows printer. I need to fake that out so it will see a virtual printer on the iPad and ideally, one that will allow us to name and create a PDF file that we could save locally or on google drive, or other cloud storage.