We've had this problem if the path is too long. Try to distill it with a 
shorter filename and path and see what happens.
Tori, if you have Karen's direct email, please forward this on to her since my 
posts take quite a while to show up on framers. (I haven't seen Karen original 
post yet, either).


> Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2014 11:26:46 -0700
> From: tm...@spot-on-creative.com
> To: framers@lists.frameusers.com
> Subject: Re: Can't Generate PDF
> I'd suspect a corrupt graphic. Try making a copy of the file, deleting 
> out all the graphics, see if it will PDF. If so, add back in the first 
> half the graphics, see if the file will now PDF.  If so, add half the 
> remaining graphics, text again. If not, remove half of what you'd added 
> and test again.   Or if there are relatively few graphics, you can just 
> add them back in 1-2 at a time.
> Tori Muir
> tm...@spot-on-creative.com | 650.430.8674
> www.spot-on-creative.com
> On 6/4/14, 11:15 AM, Karen Robbins wrote:
> > Hello Framers,
> >
> > I recently updated a much-used 200+ Kb file and attempted to save as 
> > PDF, which failed; I could see the temporary .tps file appear then 
> > disappear. Tried printing to a .ps file, which also failed; file 
> > generates but it contains zero kb. Tried different printers in the 
> > print setup, all fail. Log file reads "%%[ Warning: Empty job. No PDF 
> > file produced. ] %%". Tried restarting, save-as on the file, and a new 
> > document; same results. There is nothing different about my setup 
> > AFAIK. FM in Windows 7, in Parallels 8.
> >
> > I can print paper output, which, as I'm on deadline, will have to be 
> > scanned to PDF (on the Mac side!) and insert into my master 
> > FM-generated PDF.
> >
> > Any suggestions appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Karen

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