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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 673 days ago
What version of Acrobat or Reader are you using?Which operating system are you working on?
Windows 7, Reader 10, Epsom Artisan 730 printer. And this problem is only happening on some PDFs
David Jordan Commented 673 days ago | Report
Try out the knowledge base article published by Adobe http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/928/cpsid_92870.html
This Did not work
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?
Rohit Anand Commented 671 days ago | Report
Reader is 10.1.2. Yes the printer works fine for other applications and also prints some PDFs
David Jordan Commented 670 days ago | Report
If you're still experiencing this, try doing a Repair of your Reader/Acrobat installation from under the Help menu.
Thanks it seems to have fixed it self
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