I tried a couple of things, but suspect a comma in the folder name was
causing the problem. After removing it, the problem ceased. Since this
was a relatively new book file, I never had an occasion before this to
print any files in the folder.
Peter, thanks for responding,
Supervisor, Technical Publications
Schilling Robotics, LLC
Phone: (530) 753-6718 x155
Fax: (530) 753-8092
fred.staal at schilling.con
From: Peter Gold [mailto:pe...@knowhowpro.com]
Sent: Monday, August 14, 2006 11:43 AM
To: Fred Staal
Cc: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Re: .PS Frustration
You don't quote any error messages, so these are only guesswork, based
* If you're using a watched folder, and the last time you viewed the PDF
file, it wasn't closed, Distiller can't create a new PDF of the same
name, so it refuses to create new .ps. If you change the file name and
are successful, as you are when you print to another folder, this is the
most likely cause.
* Printer driver may have changed.
* If you're using a font manager, it may have been disabled, making some
Fred Staal wrote:
> Hi Framers,
> What would cause a .ps file printed from a Framemaker book to fail
> the destination is the same folder as the FrameMaker file, but
> successfully print to another folder on the same drive? Naturally this
> behavior started when the manual is due, so I am printing the book to
> another folder. Not a major pain, but I've never had this problem
> before. (FM 6, Acrobat 7 pro, XP pro, etc.)
> Fred Staal
> Supervisor, Technical Publications
> Schilling Robotics, LLC
> Phone: (530) 753-6718 x155
> Fax: (530) 753-8092
> fred.staal at schilling.con
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