This product will not operate a printer.
This product will not operate a printer. There needs to be a print option that works.
You can use this email address to send the PDF file: email@example.com
Also If you could, please also attach the snapshots of printed documents with contains “codes at the top or bottom”.
Have you tried a different printer?
Our office has used the free version of reader for years with no problem. We print from PDF files onto either of 2 different printers. Today (Oct 29, 2019) the print command in Adobe would not work at all for us. It worked yesterday. We discovered that an update had been installed of Adobe Acrobat Reader yesterday (Oct 28, 2019) and assumed that the update had occurred after we used Acrobat, and caused the problems. Today we tried turning the computer off and back on. We also uninstalled Adobe and downloaded it again and installed it. Still we cannot print.
I have multiple printers installed on this computer, but Acrobat does not recognize any of them and provides an error statement that I need to install a printer. There does not appear to be a way to do this in acrobat. What the **** is the problem?
I endeavored to print from this item I can't, everytime I click print the message shows up; Before you can perform print-related errand suck as page set up or printing an archive, you have to introduce a printer. My printer is been introduced I trusted this item isn't interface it to the printer, is there a choice I have to go through so I can print my archive.
here is the resolving issue -
Dr. Deborah Weaver commented
I am using Version 2018.011.20063
I am using a Lexmark 705 series
I don't get any message, I just get 10 or so pages with code at the top or bottom, for a one page document. If I print from within a browser, there is not a problem.
I don't know how to attach a document as an example; however, any pdf I have saved on my desktop does the same thing.
I have a 2017 MacBook Pro running Sierra 10.12.6
Dr. Deborah Weaver commented
Yes, I can print using any other program. I cannot print any pdf if opened in Adobe.
I tried to print from this product I cannot, everytime I click print the message appears; Before you can perform print- related task suck as page set up or printing a document, you need to install a printer. My printer is been installed I believed this product is not connect it to the printer, is there an option I need to go thru so I can print my document.
Can not print files to PDF. I had the Adobe Reader installed and uninstalled it but that did not help. Every time I try to print a file to PDF, I get this message: Printer not activated - Error code 30". Have uninstalled and re-installed Adobe Acrobat Pro DC but nothing helps.
I will tell you what I discovered... when you have the free Adobe PDF reader installed (as 99% of users do) it will conflict with any instance of Adobe DC Pro that you try to run. Even IF you uninstall it, there are little nuggets left behind to conflict ... I have finally had success after my computer was reconfigured (for another process) and I was able to download/install DC Pro BEFORE anyone put the free reader on my phone and I've had no issues since
I too purchased Adobe DC Pro and cannot print any PDFs. I have a Lexmark printer that has always done a great job printing any type of media; however, with PDFs in this new version, all I get is a page of code printed on top and no text. The code seems to have several lines printed on the same line. I must have a working program for PDF printing as this is part of my work. Please help ASAP!!!!!
I am running High Sierra Version 10.13.2 and cannot print any PDF documents to my HP Laser.
I am hardwired and have tried to print wireless as well.
The print screen comes up and I select print, the printer icon shows up on the tool bar, then goes away as if the print has happened, but the printer does nothing. Does not give an error message.
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