Posted on Oct 12, 2: Page content loaded. Oct 18, 2: Oct 18, 8: Oct 18, 9: It doesn't work with MacOS preview, like it should.. Nothing works You are thread-jacking another post, and your issues may not be related at all to those of the OP. Please start your own main post, so more eyes can respond to your specific issues.
Follow the guidelines in the Writing an effective Apple Support Communities question , so that we have sufficient detail information to form an answer to your question. Oct 19, 7: Hi, sorry i am not very knowledgeable about these internet forums, i'm just saying the what is happening to me. I don't even understand what thread-jacking is. Oct 20, 8: Thread-jacking is when you post a "me too" post in response to the original poster, without any attempt to help them solve their problem. Your best opportunity for help on your specific problem is to post an original main post that can be seen by a great many more eyes.
Oct 21, 1: I posted this same question on the HP Support Forum and a helpful MrRobot supplied a detailed step by step answer that worked. Please look there, as I have no wish to plagiarise his reply onto another forum, however, I will try link, not sure if this will work Nov 21, 6: The Mac connected directly to my LAN printed perfectly on everything. Both Printers share the same updates.
Both are on the same LAN. The HP firmware was current. Deleting and reinstalling the printer did not solve the problem on the wireless printing MAC. So I use that printer most of the time. I change to the second printer for PDFs.
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Nov 27, 1: I've had this problem as well and found a solution today that does not involve updating drivers or using Adobe Acrobat. It's actually rather simple, when printing use the drop down under Orientation in the print dialog. Select Color Matching and then choose In printer. Save this as a preset so that you can use it again. But, after this change your pdfs should print fine. It's been a pleasure interacting with you and I hope you have a good day ahead. If you wish to show appreciation for my efforts, mark my post as Accepted Solution.
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And click on the Purple Thumbs up icon at the bottom of my comment. Thank you for replying,. I appreciate your time and efforts,. As I understand you are having issues printing from preview app, don't worry as I have a few suggestions which should help you resolve this issue.
Let's try to print any other document using preview app and check if that works, you could as well as try a different PDF and check if that prints using preview app. This is just to ensure if it's an issue with the app or is it to do with the PDF file itself. If it's an issue with all the PDF files, I would suggest you download Adobe reader and then try to open the PDF document using this adobe application and then try printing.
Next thing, you could print this pdf as an image. Print the PDF as an image. Open the original PDF file, if necessary.
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Click File, and then click Print, or click the Print icon. The Print window opens. Click Advanced. The Advanced Print Setup window opens. On the Print window, click OK again to begin printing.
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