Welcome to my heaven...
Seriously I brought up this problem some months ago (still no viable solution),
the problem is your pictures.
Those printer RIPs dont accept the XObject image type, embedded fonts are no problem.
The only solution so far is to use Acrobat Readers -toPDF switch (commandline)
and then run the the resulting PS-file through distiller, then it will print.
Certainly not a good solution but the only one Ive come up with so far.
If you get your pdf's with images printed on thoose BIG printers please tell

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Date: 07/09/2002 07:31PM
Subject: Re: Big problem with printing from adobe Reader 4

I had this same problem with Linux printing embedded fonts.  Afterinstalling the fonts on the Linux box and NOT embedding the font, itprinted correctly.  The PDF would look just fine with the embedded font.That only happened with PFM fonts not TrueType.JPT                                                                                                                                                                   fop-dev-return-15726-jthaemlitz=oreillyauto.com@XML.                                                                                           APACHE.ORG                                                 To:     [EMAIL PROTECTED]                                                                                                                 cc:                                                                                 07/09/02 10:52 AM                                          Subject:     Re: Big problem with printing from adobe Reader 4                      Please respond to fop-dev                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Keiron,I think i might have found it...In my pdf i embedded the arialfont (and through adobe 5 it worked like acharm) but adobe 4 can't print it....I found out the problem when we were at the printing facility of ourcompany... This because they work there with the sun solaris 5.9 on theXerox 6100 Printers (big big big ones :D)...I think the drivers don't recognize the embedded font and therefore printsome letters and some letters not...I hope this is correct cause i just changed all the fonts to the defaultone (i don't specify one anymore) and now the printing works...i know for a fact that the fonts are embedded in the old documents (biggersize and on a linux machine where i didn't install the arial font it workedto :D), but the drivers of the printers simply won't understand it, nordoes abode 4 (here)one more question, what font is used by the adobe when you don't specifynor embed another font....thank youJochen MaesICT DevelopmentKBC Securities (kbcsecurities.com)Havenlaan 12 Avenue du Port SIF 8683B-1080 BrusselsBelgium Tel    :  +32 2 429 96 81 GSM    :  +32 496 57 90 99 E-mail :  [EMAIL PROTECTED] message and any attachments hereto are for the named person's useonly. It may contain confidential, proprietary or legally privilegedinformation. You may not, directly or indirectly, use, disclose,distribute, print, or copy any part of this message if you are not theintended recipient. If you have received this e-mail message without beingthe intended recipient, please notify KBC Securities promptly and deletethis e-mail. Any views expressed in this message are those of theindividual sender, except where the message states otherwise and the senderis authorised to state them to be the views of KBC Securities. KBCSecurities reserves the right to monitor all e-mail communications throughits networks and any messages addressed to, received or sent by KBCSecurities or its employees are deemed to be professional in nature. Thesender or recipient of any messages to or of KBC Securities agrees thatthose may be read by other employees of KBC Securities than the statedrecipient or sender in order to ensure the continuity of work-relatedactivities and allow supervision thereof. KBC Securities does not acceptliability for the correct and complete transmission of the information, norfor any delay or interruption of the transmission, nor for damages arisingfrom the use of, or reliance on, the information.---------------------------------------------------------------------To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] additional commands, email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] additional commands, email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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