To resolve this problem, you can simply use the option, Print as Image to send an image of the document to the printer. I decided to follow one suggestion to install Acrobat Pro 9. I just upgraded a user at 10. Not the answer you're looking for? If that still does not solve the problem, try setting Protection View to Off. To unsubscribe from this group, send email to. I use Adobe Acrobat Standard 9. Now save as a different file name.
Both open and print in Adobe Reader. Note: Acrobat preference files contain application settings such as toolbar arrangements. Click Advanced at the bottom of the Print dialog box. Except the person did select pages and in some cases selected exact pages they wanted printed. It does not print using Adobe Reader. I had same problem with Reader 10.
So the best solution is the one that will work for you. I deleted the print drivers and added them back it did not help. Every once in a while I get a call about an error. This problem started for me just this last weekend. We didn't need the title page so didn't worry about it. The pages that do not print I am able to print through Apple Preview without issue. For more options, visit this group at.
Solution 6: Remove and reinstall the printer driver. I get the same error message using Adobe X Pro or trying to print any document that was created with Adobe X Pro. Printing progress bar begins and then accelerates, stopping at 20%. Solution 5- Ensure that your printer is online. Just wish Adobe was more responsive to its users. Does anyone know if this was ever fixed by Acrobat? I did save multiple times.
This worked for me as well. To view this discussion on the web visit. I'm hoping that the Adobe engineers will soon respond with a better answer than: Upgrade user's computers to the latest version of Adobe Reader. Everything works fine unless we get a scan from someone that scanned in Adobe X! Choosing Print As Image bypasses that rendering operation by sending the printer a rasterized image of the document. It is a solution that works, but long term it may become more of a pain. Choosing Print As Image bypasses that rendering operation by sending the printer a rasterized image of the document.
Our messages are the same as the ones listed above. I also still would think I need to understand the original source of this problem, so that it isn't repeated. Click Advanced at the bottom of the Print dialog box. Printing should resume normally and without issue after that. And yes, I want to be clear to people who may follow this thread later, that my machine is up-to-date with the current version 10. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site.
I am using Adobe Acrobat Pro 10. You offer very good advice, Tarik. Adobe has not been helpful with a response. Best of Luck hope this helps. I'm inclined to wait before asking for a total reinstall. Will do some more testing later when I have time.
That's not to say that I can't ask an administrator to do this, but. Apologies if this is posted in the wrong place, unsure where to go but I suspect the problem is with Adobe 9. As do all of you I am sure. I confirmed again that page 5 was causing the problem. So thank you really very sincerely, Tarek.
First let me state that this is my solution on a Macintosh running 10. Or you can have freedom. Right-click the printer you are attempting to print to. You do have to print it as an image as some others have suggested. Solution 2: Print as image. If you have a different printer connected to your computer, try printing the file to the other printer. If you upgraded the user, I suggest saving all data and laying down 10.