So, let me get this straight. You installed AutoCAD 2007 on a Windows 7 laptop. Just like my architect. And the installation went smooth. Only when you try to start AutoCAD you get an "Unhandled Exception"
If you don't already have a DWGtoPDF.pc3 file like all newer versions have, then use PDF995. It is a mock printer that when you install it, it becomes a "printer" in your Windows system to which you can
One thing that I've read that can cause this is when you don't use the plot command to print a windowed area of the drawing to scale, but instead print a "screen capture" or "current view". Try printing