tucker.bc at gmail.com
Fri Apr 3 14:53:48 UTC 2009
On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 8:55 AM, Linda <haniganwork at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Chris Taylor wrote:
>> I'm trying to open a PDF file it opens but will not print, Printer
>> working fine even in Acrobat reader other files.
>> I was trying to download reader ver 9.1 is there a repo that I can
>> include to do this
> It can be helpful to have multiple pdf readers on your machine. Often
> if the file will not open or fails to print with one, another will work
> just fine. It may be that the file has a misconfiguration error such as
> a missing space. Postscript files will display to the point of an error,
> but will not print. I am guessing PDF works the same way. Another
> solution for a file you can view but can't print is to do a screen shot
> and print that instead.
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There's the Medibuntu repository <http://www.medibuntu.org/>, but the
most recent version is 8.1.3. You will want to download from Adobe to
get the most recent Reader.
Perhaps the file does not allow printing. I believe some PDFs can have
security settings that prohibit printing. Alternatively, the PDF file
could be corrupted.
Hope this helps.
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