Attempting to print Powerpoint to pdf file gives Warning: PostScript error. No PDF file produced (Acrobat X installed)

Hi Experts,

I'm trying to print a Powerpoint to a pdf.
I have Acrobat X installed.

I've got these errors:

%%[Page: 66]%%
%%[Page: 67]%%
%%[P%%[ Error: limitcheck; Internal Distiller Error in FilterTempFile ]%%
age: 68]%%
%%[Page: 69]%%
%%[Page: 70]%%
%%[Page: 71]%%
%%[Page: 72]%%
%%[ Error: limitcheck; OffendingCommand: eofill; ErrorInfo: Effort 8 ]%%
%%[ Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file) will be ignored ]%%
%%[ Warning: PostScript error. No PDF file produced. ] %%

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Regards,
Leigh
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Joe WinogradDeveloperCommented:
Hi Leigh,

First, a few questions: What version of Windows? 32-bit or 64-bit? What version of PowerPoint? 32-bit or 64-bit?

Second, I don't know why Acrobat X is giving that error, other than saying that it's getting a bit long in the tooth.

Third, I suggest another approach to creating a PDF: do a File>Save As in PowerPoint and select PDF from the drop-down:

powerpoint save as PDF
Regards, Joe
LeighWardleAuthor Commented:
Hi Joe,

Thanks for your suggestions.

I am now using File>Save As in PowerPoint and select PDF from the drop-down.

That works fine, no errors.

But can you please help me change the Title that is used in the PDF file?

Here are the PDF Properties:
PDF Properties
Regards,
Leigh
Joe WinogradDeveloperCommented:
Hi Leigh,
I'm glad that worked fine for you with no errors. You should be able to change the Title (and the Author, Subject, and Keywords) in Acrobat X, as follows:

File
Properties
Description

Change the field(s) in that dialog, click OK, then File>Save.

If Acrobat X can't handle that file, the excellent (free!) PDF-XChange Editor probably can, via File>Document Properties, where you'll get this dialog in the Description category:

leigh pdfxc metadata
Change the Document Title (and other metadata, if you want), then click OK and do a File>Save. The free PDF-XChange Editor also has some other great features, as I show in these five-minute EE video Micro Tutorials:

How to rotate pages in a PDF with free software - PDF-XChange Editor
How to OCR pages in a PDF with free software - PDF-XChange Editor
How to password-protect a PDF with free software - PDF-XChange Editor

Regards, Joe

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LeighWardleAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Joe, for all your help.

By the way, I upgraded Acrobat to the latest version and there was no problem creating the PDF.

Regards,
Leigh
Joe WinogradDeveloperCommented:
You're welcome, Leigh, and thanks to you for the update...good to know that the latest version of Acrobat did the trick for you. Regards, Joe
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