Hello. I am using the current version of Adobe CC and am trying to export a Book into PDF. The Book has five files of varying sizes. The first four print out successfully when I print them one at a time however when I include the fifth file, I get the below error:
%%[ Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file) will be ignored ]%% %%[ Warning: PostScript error. No PDF file produced. ] %%
I am running Windows 10 with the recent updates on a Lenovo Ideapad with 32gb RAM and have never seen this error before. The total file is only around 700 pages and I have never had an issue before. I am certain there is something with the file - perhaps some corruption or control characters which are causing this problem, but I am not sure how I can troubleshoot it. As it is a book which needs to go to print, time is of the essence - and I don't really feel like redoing the entire book!
So I just ignored the file for the past few hours after spending time troubleshooting it and with a clear mind, I went back to the file. It turns out it was ONE font which I used that was causing the file to crash. I removed the one character and now the file exports to PDF perfectly!
Perhaps it may have something to do with the licensing on the font? I am not sure.
I thought I would share this with others who may be having a similar problem.
Hello, like @Saleem24376478puxe it's a font issue with somewhere a character that did that. You can check that with the preflight pannel or if you made a package you can find all infos and delete or modify the font issue.
It can be a space or it can be texte frame outside the Indd file outside the page.