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HELP! Print Studio Pro is NOT Showing up on Adobe Photoshop 22 ( FIXED!- updated 2/11/2022)


I've been trying to run print studio pro on my mac computer and am currently running Monterey. Not sure what it is, but I am unable to launch PSP through Adobe Photshop 2022. It simply doesn't show up on FILE > AUTOMATE when trying to print from Photoshop. I had it running on an old mac that had Photoshop 2021 with no issues, but since upgraded to a new computer and to the new photoshop 2022, it isn't showing up at all. Any ideas of what i can do to solve this issue? Also, I'm using a PRO-1000 printer.


For those struggling to find answers with this problem on their M1 Apple, Simply follow the steps below. A huge thanks to Robnich for helping me solve this problem!

1. Go to Applications Folder

2. Select Adobe Photoshop Folder

3. Right Click on Adobe Photoshop 2022 App 

4. Select 'Get Info'

5. Check the box next to 'Open using Rosetta'

6.  RESTART Adobe Photoshop 2022

7. Print Studio Pro should now show up in the Automate Menu for printing!


Hi John -

It turns out that in the Get Info of Photoshop 22 there is a check-box option to open Photoshop in Rosetta. I checked the option and indeed, after a delay during which Rosetta was installed, Photoshop opened and lo & behold Print Studio Pro does appear under automate, along with a PSP Layout Plug-in. After the layout plug-in is opened and the settings saved, then PSP will open normally. That's the good news. The bad news is that the Canon printer profiles do not show up, even with the latest Canon Pro-100 driver (non-Air Print.) This is the case in Mac Photoshop with or without PSP. It is possible to print with Printer Manages Color. Luckily for me, I print my photos from my Windows 10 Dell desktop and not from my MacBook Air and all the profiles are available, allowing me to use Photoshop Manages Color.

Robert N.

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See if these instructions help.

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, Pixma TR8620a, LR Classic

It should be located under File>Automate in Adobe Photoshop


There's something wrong with this Forum. This thread has disappeared from the main page and I was able to post here only because the original post appears in the sidebar as Related Content. Together with the problems mentioned above, with failure to post the most recent topics at the top and the inability to click directly on the most recent posts render the forum less useful and user-friendly than in the past before the lengthy and flawed "upgrade."

Robert N.