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I Get this on some PDFs. Cannot print this document. No pages were selected

I have downloaded some documents from (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)and when I try to print I get an error message saying (The Document could not be Printed There were no pages selected)


David Jordan 933 days ago


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What version of Acrobat or Reader are you using?
Which operating system are you working on?


Rohit Anand answered 933 days ago  |   Comments (1)  |  New Comment

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Windows 7, Reader 10, Epsom Artisan 730 printer. And this problem is only happening on some PDFs

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Try out the knowledge base article published by Adobe
http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/928/cpsid_92870.html


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This Did not work


David Jordan answered 931 days ago  |   Comments (2)  |  New Comment

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Can you please tell me the exact version of Reader 10.
(To check version Go to Help->About Adobe Reader X)
Also, is printing working fine for other applications?

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Reader is 10.1.2. Yes the printer works fine for other applications and also prints some PDFs

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If you're still experiencing this, try doing a Repair of your Reader/Acrobat installation from under the Help menu.


Lori Kassuba answered 815 days ago  |   Comments (0)  |  New Comment

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Thanks it seems to have fixed it self


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