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Every time I try to print a pdf using 2-sided printing on my Mac min server, I get an error message saying that "The document could not be printed." When I click OK, I get the follow-up message that "There were no pages selected to print." I have uninstalled and reinstalled Acrobat, but it STILL does not work. Why not? It works just fine on my MacBook Air using the same exact settings.
Anthony Fama 858 days ago
Hi Tony,Does it happen just with Acrobat or with any other application on your Mac Mini when you try to print 2-sided?If it happens with other applications you need to check your printer driver (which you may have forgotten to indicate the duplex capability…)Just an idea. Hope it helps.
Hi Leonel, it only happens with Acrobat. Every other application (e.g., Safari, Word, Excel, Mail, Preview, etc.) work just fine with two-sided printing. To make it even stranger, I can use two-sided printing with Acrobat on my MacBook Air. It's only on the Mac Mini Server that it doesn't work.
Anthony Fama Commented 848 days ago | Report
Hi Anthony,Have you tried to repair Acrobat installation (menu 'Help' > 'Repair Acrobat Installation>)?Hope this helps.
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