Though we have had many requests to offer the DWF Writer for 64bit, it is not certain that this is becoming a reality, yet.
At this point our DWF Writer for 32bit does not install on a 64bit system and no workaround is available.
The experts are still out to determine as to how useful such a printer driver will really be. Many believe that users are making it part of the design process - instead of using the built-in publish feature functionality offered in our Autodesk design applications - given they are part of the process.
I am a proponent of the 64bit DWF Writer but have still some distance to go before all hurdles are cleared. Needless to say that it would be extremely useful to hear from you.
Why do you think that we should offer a DWF Writer for 64bit platforms?
You can post your comments in this forum or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking for your vote, telling us as to why you think that we should (absolutely!) introduce this printer driver.
It would also be helpful to understand as to what applications are used as part of your design process. And why, if you are using Autodesk applications, you think that the built-in publish features are not sufficient and require the DWF Writer for the design process.
DWF Writer for 64bit to the rescue!