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Msg 'unable to start print job, is printer available'

My printer works fine until I attempt to print a form sent to me via e mail, it is a pdf file and I keep getting the above message, why is this?

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A customer called me with the same msg. Let me explain first what the problem was..they had a Graphic PDF that on the HD was 20 MB but when extracted was well over 200 MB..first I had thought the pdf was exeeding the Printers memory but after testing it was not. The customer was printing the document using adobe PRO I had him print the document in reader 8.1 and made sure the print as image under advanced was selected and the document printed..

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

Try installing ADOBE READER 7

Adobe Reader 8 is sucks!

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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