I am having difficulty booklet printing with a Xerox Workcentre 7545PS.
I have searched here (and everywhere) already and every answer seems to be the same "check the printer settings for long/short
side 2 page printing" or whatever your printers terminology is.
Well I have done that and the settings work perfectly well in Word directly but in Acrobat XPro NOTHING seems to affect the out come!
Regardless of the settings, either in the Print dialog or with the printer settings, all combinations result in upside down backside prints :-(
I am having to resort to printing the Backside first then rotate the stock into the bypass tray, then print the Frontside, not the best solution.
My feeling is that this maybe another job for a update, like the "have to delete page twice to get one page deleted" scenario.
Anyone any ideas?
Or am I right in my assumption?
I've had this same problem on a particular printer and no setting in the print dialog or printer setup ever seemed to help.
There is an option to rotate all even or all odd pages in Acrobat prior to printing.
Glad to hear that it is not just me.
Unfortunately the rotate odd/even pages did not work either.
In the end I had to print the odd pages, then physically rotate the sheets for the even pages.
Not a satisfactory solution in this modern era! :-(
I've just started having this problem, whereas I've used this function for at least five years prior with never a problem. I tried two different print drivers for the same printer (pcs & ps) and both do the same thing.
It appears that Windows (or maybe Windows 7) has changed something recently that caused the problem.
Anyone with a suggested solution? (other than destroying the document by rotating the pages?)
My XPro is currently on XP, as was the prvious version of Acrobat that I had no problems bookfold printing.
So my vote goes to "something in Acrobat XPro" is not not right and that "Windows" is not the culprit (for once :-))
Agreed, this thread has NOT been answered yet.
Come on Adobe, please respond, either with a solution or a confession that their is a problem which will be solved with a update (just like you did with the Delete Page, Delete Page (i.e. had to press it twice to delete once) :-)