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Error: undefined Offending command: stack: safelevel

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when trying to print a 10 page PDF file on a hp 8000 printer get error
ERROR: undefined
OFFENDING COMMAND:

STACK:

-savelevel-
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Verify that you have the latest version of the driver. Errors like this are usually caused by drivers that are too old.

Which version of Acrobat are you running?
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