that shows this error: “Error: rangecheck; OffendingCommand: endcidrange.” I have had no problem printing other messages in the existing. PDF works for all other reports but one where I have used the Line command to draw lines and boxes in the detail section. Result is a log file. error rangecheck offendingcommand endcidrange. A PostScript error typecheck or rangecheck orrurs when you try printing edward tufte pdf download a.
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It gave me the option endcidrnage save. When I try in various ways to print this message, I get a log file that shows this error: He said document on Adobe’s website has some relevant content. Microsoft has identified this problem: I would avoid the problem by simply not using the font, but in this case I’m trying to print someone else’s message to me.
I have seen a few reviews that indicate it is much more stable. Ray, Jan 24, I thought it might be the same as this forum, arngecheck that the list of messages shown there and here didn’t look the same.
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Error: rangecheck; OffendingCommand: endcidrange
I’m not even sure which outlook. So I bagged that.
Unfortunately, that did not solve the problem in this case. BTW, I am using Acrobat 6.
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The other kludge solution is to keep hammering away in Outlookprinting the occasional recalcitrant e-mail message into RTF, printing that to PDF in OpenOffice 2. After rangechexk, you can post your question and our members will help you out. This particular e-mail message appears to differ from the others only in regard to the fonts it uses.
I reviewed postings containing various bits of advice.
PostScript error: rangecheck
The guy said, “I know you’d like to get free support, but I then went back and tried another thing in that same dialog box, “Adobe PDF Settings for supported documents. The number of recalcitrant e-mail messages proved to be quite small. Seems it’s not just an Outlook issue.
It begins with this remark: Guest, Jan 24, I don’t know that this will be the only glitch in the process, but at least I have managed to identify this one. Anyway, on Adobe’s site I am finding messages indicating that offendiingcommand sounds like a font problem, and that particularly the Rangechecj Unicode MS font might be the issue.
I could probably restore an old drive image that has Outlook XP on it, import this outlook. As the Adobe tech advised, I have downloaded the free day trial of Acrobat 7.
That did not solve the problem. Ray, Jan 25, That document is presently at http: Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? It is a troubleshooting document. Next, I tried this: Instead of the General tab in that place, I chose the Fonts tab and changed the “When embedding fails” option to Ignore.
I paid a lot of money for this program! I am attempting to print about 9, e-mail messages in Outlook to a single PDF.
Distiller error message: “rangecheck”
Any idea what solutions might work? I didn’t find any solutions in Adobe’s Knowledgebase or forums. I’m going to try this first, in case there aren’t too many misbehaving e-mails to worry about — it gangecheck be the fastest solution.
Someone else said that was not a helpful change, so I changed it back.
I also received the error.