Same problem here.
But we could fix it:
please check the security settings for the folder %programfiles%\Adobe\Adobe Reader 10.0\Resource\CMap
the correct security settings for this folder should be:
Everyone: read and execute
SYSTEM: Full control
Administrators: read and execute
This worked for us.
We may face this issue if any third party PDF printers (Any printers apart from Adobe) are installed as well, try removing them all and check.
If you do not have any third party PDF printers installed try following the below steps.
1. Click on Start > type Services.msc and open the Services window.
In the Services window choose to Start the " Printer Spooler" service, if it is already started choose to restart it and then try printing.
If you still face the same issue, follow Step 2.
2. Check if the application is updated, if not launch the application and then click on Help > Check for Updates.
3. If Step 2 does not help re-install the application.
I have tried all the solutions suggested by other members. Tried printing on various printers in my studio. I have Adobe CC, therefore the latest versions of Adobe software, Mavericks newest updates, still I can no longer print a PDF file from either Adobe Reader OR Acrobat Pro, only from Preview. The PDF files that I have attempted to print were created in both InDesign and Illustrator, so Adobe would have to blame their own software since the fault is not in a defective PDF produced by third party. These PDFs were printing fine three weeks ago. Adobe, are you listening?
I can only think that this is a compatibility problem with Adobe CC. I had this same problem, which went away of its own accord a couple of months' ago. This morning it's back. The printer isn't a network printer and there's nothing wrong with the PDF.
My solution is to print through Adobe Reader; although it isn't ideal it gets the job done. :-)
Give this a try:
1. Click on 'file' located at the top left of your screen.
2. Go down the list and select 'Print'.
3. In the window that opens click on the "Advanced" button located next to printer name or at the bottom of the window.
4. Click the box 'Print as image' and then click on the ok button. Click ok again.
This setting does not "save", therefore you must do this each time you want to print.
Hope this might work for you as it did for me.
First let me state that this is my solution on a Macintosh running 10.7.5 and Acrobat Pro X (with all the latest updates).
This problem started for me just this last weekend. I have been to every so-called solution that I could find via a Google search and NONE of these "solutions" even by the self-tagged "experts" work. PERIOD!
I decided to follow one suggestion to install Acrobat Pro 9. However, instead of uninstalling Acrobat Pro X first, I left it installed.
During the initial startup of Acrobat 9 after installation I was offered the option of installing an Extra feature called Adobe PDF Printer which allows me to "Create Adobe PDF files from any application by printing to Adobe PDF Printer". I opted in to that extra.
Once Acrobat Pro 9 had started I tested it using one of the PDF files that had failed to print with the dreaded "No pages selected......" error messages. THE FILE PRINTED AS EXPECTED!
I then decided I would uninstall Acrobat Pro X, but on a whim decided to try to print the same PDF file that had just printed using Acrobat Pro 9 one more time. IT PRINTED!
All I can figure out is that somehow selecting the option to have Acrobat Pro 9 install the option for allowing other applications to create a PDF repaired something within the Mac operating system. Just a guess.
Hope this helps someone.
If you getting an error that document can not be printed and no pages are selected then please follow the steps mentioned below :
Go to Computer
Local Disc "C"
Program file (86)x
Change the file name AcroRd32.exe to reader.exe and open it from the same location and try to print you will able to print.
I was having this problem printing to a HP DesignJet 500 plotter only all other network printers were fine.
Below is the solution that worked for me.
Go to file > print > properties to display the HP driver settings
Click on the Services tab
Click troubleshooting menu and ensure that Enable SpoolSmart is checked