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When I try to print, the file makes me 'save as' it then print, but when I try to print the saved file, it won't allow me to print and makes me save it again. What's wrong? How do I print then?
Jen Nguyen 1072 days ago
Hey Jen,I believe you are trying to print the pdf from your physical printer.After opening the PDF go to the print Dialog box.On the Print dialog Box, On the Bottom Left there is a check box which says Print to file.Uncheck that check Box, you would be able to print from your physical printer.Thanks
That's not what Jen is saying I know because I am running into the same problem. When I attempt to print a pdf file to my printer it ask me to save every time (even if no changes were made. After that it still does not print.
Kennon Choate Commented 832 days ago | Report
That's not the answer for me. I selected the printer that I wanted it to go to and it always tries to get me to save it. Then, if you do go that route it saves it in another form vice 'pdf'.
Joe Lyons Commented 310 days ago | Report
Go to CTRL+P Then will show print dialog box in top there is PROPERTIES and ADVANCED Then click ADVANCED now you can see the Bottom Left there is a check box which says Print to file.Uncheck that check Box, you would be able to print
KANNAN SELVAN Commented 181 days ago | Report
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