What OS? What version of Reader? What printer? What printer driver?
As a temporary work around, see if print as image works.
I have a Canon Pixma 780. Windows 7 is my OS. Canon says it is a software issue as the printer works fine with other documents. My laptop works just fine with the same printer. Image does not work. Uninstalled Adobe X, tried Adobe 8 and 9. Nothing is working. Hp (hardware tech) took over the computer for two hours and we tried everything! I am now going to reformat (ugh!) and will let you know what the outcome is. I really aprreciated your response.
Fran, I have encountered the same issue with my HP Deskjet 6840; running Windows Vista and Adobe X (had same problem with 9.4 before I tried the newer download). Every other type of file prints; have updated drivers; printed as image. Have run out of options. Did you find an answer?!?!
I discussed the issue with Canon and their opinion was that it was a
software issue and/or conflict in my computer. I then went to HP. The tech
help was extremely diligent and worked on it remotely for quite a long time.
They couldn't figure it out...uninstalled adobe,IE, and installed older
version of Adobe. The problem was proven that it was not the printer as my
second computer (laptop) was able to print the PDF file. They suggested I
have the HP software tech work on it, but it was going to cost $60 or $70.
Therefore, my experience (even though I received a nasty reply from
camaro38369 which you will notice as a reply to my question) is that
sometimes some little thing gets mixed up in the registry, etc. that nothing
helps but biting the bullet and do a factory format!!! I learned that a long
time ago when we used to get quality tech help from the software
manufacturers. I backed everything up to my external drive, gathered all my
software, downloads, etc. together and restored to Day One Success!!. Now I
am back in business. Problem with the PDF solved, as well as some other
issues I was having. Just to let you know. My OS is Windows 7 and I had
tried the IE 9 upgrade and found it somewhat unstable..so I went back to
IE8. I'm figuring this may have contributed to the issue. This was a long
answer to a short question, but I hope you have luck in solving your issue.
They can be annoying. Now I am going to answer Brandon (camaro 38369) who
should not be allowed to be rude to people who are looking for help.
Thanks and have a great day.
I noted in my last response that I received a rude reply to my post. Just want the Forum members to know that I had received it as an email, but was removed as a reply. Kudos to this Forum as the administrator is watching the ship. Great job!