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If you mean an Adobe PDF document then you can view and print it from the free Adobe reader program available from Adobe's website. If you've already tried this and are not successfully the PDF file may be locked to prevent printing it. You can't remove the lock in Adobe Reader but you could try printing a screen shot of each page.
try to completely UNINSTALL your adobe reader program. Then reinstall it. If the problem persists, uninstall the program again (Adobe reader) and delete the Adobe Reader folder in your Program Files folder. Then reinstall.
Adobe Reader can be real pain it the... neck sometimes. But first I would inspect not only the printer setup, but also printer's default print settings. Windows XP has 3 places, where you can see the printer options: 1. Printer properties 2. Print preferences 3. Default print setup. The third one is the one you have to set. When you double click on your printer icon, a print queue window opens. Choose Printer->Properties, go to Advanced tab, and on the bottom there's a button "Default print setup" (I don't have English XP handy, so I'm translating back to English from my version - excuse me if they might appear a little different). It's there you need to set up the default page size and so on.
If this still doesn't help, try opening Acrobat Reader, setting the Page Size Scaling to None, printing something and closing Acrobat Reader. From what I've seen, it tends to remember this setting from previous sessions.
You may also try alternative PDF readers, like Foxit Reader or PDF Xchange Reader.
In Internet Explorer, when you click on a link to a pdf file, you
get the error message “Adobe Reader could not open ‘filename.fdf’
because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has
This error is due to an issue with Adobe Acrobat viewing PDF files in a web browser.
Try the following:
1. Open Internet Explorer, go to Tools -> Internet Options and on
the General tab to erase all temporary files, cookies and history data.
2. Under Internet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Options, on the
General tab click on Settings and make sure you select the option
“Automatically” for checking for newer versions of the stored pages.
Then attempt to open the PDC file again.
3. If solutions 1 and 2 do not work then uninstall Adobe Acrobat, then reinstall it again.
It seems that Acrobat 6 is more prone to this error so upgrading to Acrobat 7 may solve the problem.
All d best.
Any furthur help feel free to ask me again i will be more than happy to assist you.
1. Exit Acrobat.
2. Choose Start > Run, and type: %APPDATA%\Adobe\Acrobat\ into the Open text box. Click OK.
3. Right-click either the 6.0 or 7.0 folder, and choose Delete.
4. Start Acrobat and attempt to print. Note:Acrobat preference files contain application settings such as toolbar arrangements. When you restart Acrobat, new preferences are created automatically based on application defaults. Deleting preference files will not result in the loss of saved documents.
Or, if u have having Quarkexpress in your machine update the version. Quarkexpress also creates PDF files, maybe this is where it was created from