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PDF won't print on HP LJ CP3525

Posted on 2011-03-02
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I am unable to print PDF files on an HP LJ CP3525.  I can print all other file types but not PDFs.  I am running Acrobat Pro 9.0 (not Reader).  I can print PDFs on other HP printers.  CP3525 is on a wireless network.  I am running Windows 7 Ultimate.  Any thoughts out there?
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I've seen this before.. One of the following should work

1) Try a PS (Post script) driver for the HP printer - if you have PS then try a PCL - I've had mixed success with this
2) I know its a pain, but downgrading to an older version of adobe reader sometimes helps too - or a complete uninstall of 9, (and cleanup of files/registry) then installing again worked for us

Its something to do with the way reader is sending the fonts to the printer driver
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Oh whoops - just realised u are running full version of adobe... same rules as above should apply.. try the latest print driver and swap between PCL/PS and see how you go.. if not, re-install adobe and it should reload the fonts etc
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