the cause of the problem
you can successfully resolve a printing problem, you need to do some detective
work to find where the problem occurs.
For example, the problem may be due to file corruption in the PDF form
itself, a bad network connection, insufficient memory at the printer,
or other causes. The following are a series of steps you can use to pinpoint
a different PDF file If the file prints correctly, the PDF file that
doesn't print correctly may be damaged.
troubleshooting using the solutions in the "Resolving problems printing
a specific PDF file from PDF Reader" section of the help guide.
the file doesn't print correctly, continue with these next three steps:
Print another type of file to test if the problem is with the file or
with the printer, print a file from another application (e.g., a text
file from Microsoft Word or WordPad). If the file prints correctly,
you know the problem isn't system-wide.
to the "Resolving problems printing any PDF file from PDF Reader"
section. If the file doesn't print correctly, the problem is likely
to be system-wide and not specific to PDF Reader or your PDF files.
problem could be low system resources, insufficient memory on your computer
system or the printer, or a poor connection between the computer and
the file still doesn't print correctly, continue with the following next
your computer, and then print a PDF file If the file prints correctly,
your system may have been out of memory or resources.
Print from another computer If the file prints correctly, the computer
you first tried to print from may be unable to connect to the printer
or the network correctly. Contact your network administrator or consult
your network documentation.
If the file doesn't print correctly, continue with the next step.
your printer's memory.
Turn your printer off for at least 15 seconds, and then restart it to
remove anything that may be cached in the printer's RAM (Random Access
the PDF file again. If the file prints, the problem was full printer
the file doesn't print, continue with the next step:
Print a PDF file to another printer If the file prints correctly, the
computer you first tried to print from may not be connected to the original
printer because of a communication, hardware, or memory problem.
sure that the printer is turned on and connected properly.
a self-test on the printer to make sure that it's working correctly.
For instructions, see the printer's documentation.
You may want to also contact your network administrator for assistance.
If the file doesn't print correctly, go to the "Resolving problems printing
any file from any application" section.
USING THUMBNAILS FOR RANGE
know that you can use the thumbnails to determine a range of pages to
print? Display the Thumbnail Tab (Window>Show/Hide Thumbnails. To select
noncontiguous pages (pages that aren't next to each other) use the Control
Key and select the Page Thumbnail (see Fig 1.1).
a range of pages, for example page 12 to 44, first click page 12 then
hold down the SHIFT key and click Page 44, PDF will select pages 12
to 44. To select multiple ranges (e.g. 12 to 44 and 78 to 90) highlight
the first series then hold down the SHIFT Key and drag an area around
the second series of thumbnails. Now when you select 'Print' from the
File Menu an otherwise disabled option 'Selected pages' will be selected,
when you click print, PDF will only print the pages you selected (see
'drag area' should start in the dark gray background area behind the thumbnails,
not over a thumbnail.
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