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There is no problem printing with word, excel or pdf file, If you are able to print from word than sure you can get printout from .pdf just check weather you have selected proper paper for print from pdf file.
this happens when you have selected a PDF printer instead of the real Physical Printer for printing
a PDF printer is a software which converts any thing sent out like a document or file for printing into a PDF file tis is useful for saving data from files or majorly from websites and emails as a softcopy on your system.
next time on, when printing check to see that the selected printer on default is a Physical Printer (like HP or Cannon etc.) connected to your computer and you'll have your hard copies
there are many softwares available to scan to PDF, but they are often expensive to acquire for individuals. A search on the internet can reveal a lot of them quickly.
One way to bypass this if you cannot afford the above software is to scan (just like you scan anything already) whatever you need to scan then you will use a "Print to PDF" feature that is available in some free software like CutePDF for example.
To use the Print to PDF feature, you select "Print to PDF" as your printer when "printing" the previously scanned file.
Let me know if you need any more details.
I've ran across this a few times and the only thing that ever seemed to help was turning of print spooling so it would print direct to the printer. It ties up the computer while it prints but it does work. Usually in other programs when you see this kind of error the proper printer hasn't been selected or the paper size is wrong or the file being printed is corupt.
There are several programs available for downloading that work as print to pdf... some free some not. You can try pdf creator it's free and works well for me, the download isn't very long and the install is super easy.
after you install the program, you should see a pdf printer in your printer selections. You don't want to try to save your file, you have to select print and then select the pdf print to file option in your printer selection. Print the first file to a file you create to save it as a pdf. for the subsequent files you will need to choose Append to an existing pdf file and select the file you have created.
Test the file to see that both of your scans are in there and that they are in the order you want them to be in. If all that works find, you can follow the same procedure with each scanned page and they should all end up in one file.
the pdf print to file is also a great way to save webpages in one single file :)
Sounds like you are using the PDF printer as your selected printer - this is for creating PDF files in which case you would give it a name. If you have a PDF file open, simply select your printer (1610) as the printer to print to as with any other documents you print.
I had this problem after I had fixed a problem printing from Quicken. I was able to print from Quicken by changing the print option in Windows -- mine was set to "Spool documents" and I changed it to "Print directly from printer" -- the advice I was given was to change it from whatever it was set at to the other option. For printing a PDF file, I changed it back to "Spool documents" and it allowed me to print the PDF file. Try this and see if it works for you -- click the Windows Start button and select Settings, then Printers and Faxes. Right click on the selected printer and select Properties. In the properties window look for a setting to print directly to printer or spool documents -- mine was under the Advanced option. Try the option not currently selected -- in my case, I changed it back to Spool documents with Begin printing immediately -- and then try to print a PDF file. It looks like I will have to toggle back and forth when I am printing from Quicken and when I am printing a PDF file. Hope this works for you.