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Adobe X not printing/saving in web browser

By vinoescape ·
Hi Everyone,

I have a question about Adobe X. I am running Vista (yuck, I know) 32 bit on my PC. I can view a document in the web browser but when I try to print or save, nothing happens. I have uninstalled, reinstalled and even did the repair from the Help Menu window on the Adobe program but it still won't do anything.

I am able to open and print if a document is already on my computer.

Any suggestions?

Thank you so much!

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Request for Clarification

by markbliss In reply to Clarifications

I have exactly the same problem.
Can't print or save from anywhere (no adobe footer pop up comes up).
Seems to happen every time I install an update to Adobe Flash, although this could be just a coincidence.
Any ideas on how to solve this from anyone?

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Request for Clarification

by markbliss In reply to Clarifications

Forgot to add, I'm also using Vista, 32 bit. Also "YUK".

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Printing in Adobe Reader

by Mehul Bhai In reply to Adobe X not printing/savi ...

Normally if you open a PDF file in a web browser then the prnting of the same will not work from Browser Menu. You will have to print and/or save from the adobe reader menu only. This is the case in all adobe reader versions. For Adobe Reader X move your mouse cursor towards the bottom of the browser screen a Menu will Pop-up, which will have Print and Save. Do both from there.

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Adobe X not printing/saving in web browser

by vinoescape In reply to Printing in Adobe Reader

Hi,

Thank you for your reply. I apologize for not being clearer. I was attempting to print and save with the Adobe menu but nothing happens.

Thank you!!

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Able to do both

by Mehul Bhai In reply to Adobe X not printing/savi ...

I have tested here. I am able to do both from the adobe menu. Please let us know what error is coming. Describe in detail. See errors in the event viewer if no error pops-up. Even check if the printer is Set As Default Printer in the Printers in Control Panel.

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Clarity

by santeewelding In reply to Able to do both

You have a knack for it, Mehul.

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