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What would explain that when i try to print the PDF file that is on the first image, it prints like the second image? I tried to Print as Image, or Simulate Overprinting. It's still the same when it's printing.
On the peview before printing, i see the original invoice though.
How can i print the integrity of the document instead of the abregated version?
Thanks in advance
When you print, in the dialog box, does the preview show the complete document?
What is selected under "Comments & Forms"?
Document, it needs to be Document and markups?
And yes the preview shoes the complete document
No.. it was just a thought.
I had a client that sent me a legal document PDF once where they had applied their logo on each page after the fact in Acrobat (essentially as a "Stamp", which is treated like a comment/markup) and it stubbornly would not print. Finally figured it out that I had to select "Document and Markups" for it to print.
Did you try that?
Thank you for reaching out.
We did check the screenshot above. As the complete invoice does not print, there is a possibility that the part which is not printing has been added as a layer in the PDF. There can be a print restriction on the layer.
As roaringmousegraphics suggested above, please check if selecting "Document and Markups" under the Comments & Forms in the Print window resolves the issue.
Let us know how it goes.