Thanks William, I looked through the master pages, they were all clean as well.
So I printed each of the individual 23 files in the book to PDF, without one hiccup. So I have a feeling the guilty file is book file. So I'm thinking of assembling all of the 23 files, and importing them into a new book. Does that sound sensible? Thanks again Pete -----Original Message----- From: William Abernathy [mailto:will...@inch.com] Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 6:25 PM To: pete at rourke.org Subject: Re: System rebuild - can not print book Additional suggestions: Check all the text frames on the master pages for PostScript toggling as well. Try searching for "Rect" to see if that can help find the offending object (body and master pages). Try printing to postscript (Print to File...[schmoo.ps]) and then distilling in a separate step. This might help narrow down where the problem is coming in. Finally, I would recommend checking the source document's PDF Setup settings. I have seen some bizarre cruft sneak in there under the radar while making changes to new machines or new doc templates. I am running short of ideas here...I thought my last suggestion would get it. Oh well. Good luck with this even if I turn out to be no help after all... --William Pete Rourke wrote: > Thanks William for the response. > > I checked all text frames Pg 1= Title, Pg2 = Disclaimer, Page 3 = Table of > Contents, none having the Postscript Code checked. > > Other ideas? > > Thanks again > > Pete Rourke > Chandler, AZ > > -----Original Message----- > From: William Abernathy [mailto:william at inch.com] > Sent: Monday, February 04, 2008 5:04 PM > To: pete at rourke.org > Subject: Re: System rebuild - can not print book > > I've seen that type of error before. > > One of your text frames (on page 2 or 3) is marked as PostScript code in its > > frame properties. You need to toggle this option off. > > Select the frame, right-click (or CTRL-click) the frame and select Object > Properties. Then look for the little "PostScript Code" check box on the > right > side of the pop-up. Deselect it. Your problem should go away. > > Best of luck. > > --William > > > > > > Pete Rourke wrote: >> Ok, so I'm thinking I am a total stooge. >> >> >> >> I have FM8 XP Pro on Desktop and primary = laptop. >> >> I did a flush and fill on laptop to clear out the cobwebs. >> >> >> >> I replaced FM8 and Adobe PDF printer, and the entire FM book directory, > all >> fonts and images. >> >> >From the freshly rebuilt laptop, FM comes up fine with book, all print to >> PDF settings are identical to functioning desktop, but when I try to >> generate PDF, I get: >> >> %%[ ProductName: Distiller ]%% >> >> %%[Page: 1]%% >> >> %%[Page: 2]%% >> >> %%[ Error: undefined; OffendingCommand: pdfmark; ErrorInfo: Rect ]%% >> >> >> >> I can reach across the network and open and print the same book from the >> desktop, so I'm thinking maker.ini files or something. >> >> >> >> I am not a code person or script writer, and I'm NCAA (No Clue At All) >> >> >> >> Did I miss something on the re-install??? >> >> >> >> TIA >> >> >> >> Ducking for cover >> >> >> >> Pete Rourke >> Chandler, AZ >> >> _______________________________________________ >> >> >> You are currently subscribed to Framers as william at inch.com. >> >> Send list messages to framers at lists.frameusers.com. >> >> To unsubscribe send a blank email to >> framers-unsubscribe at lists.frameusers.com >> or visit > http://lists.frameusers.com/mailman/options/framers/william%40inch.com >> Send administrative questions to listadmin at frameusers.com. Visit >> http://www.frameusers.com/ for more resources and info. >> >> > > >