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Acrobat Print to File

Posted on 2008-06-13
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A colleague just recently started having an issue with her Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional where, no mater what printer she chooses, it always prompts her to Print to File.  It only happens under her login.  When I logged on as Administrator, it printed fine.  Just started this morning.
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jouhaan earned 125 total points
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Just a hunch... but check on the 'print' dialog box (File -> Print) if there is a 'print to file' tick box on her account.
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LOL, I feel stupid.  Didn't even know that was there and we both completely overlooked it.  Thanx for your help.
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It's a pleasure, any time.
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