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Hi all. I hope someone can help me. I've looked at lots of forums but I can't seem to find an answer that actually worked.

I'm trying to print something in photoshop (nothing major) to PDF. This is what happened:

1) PDF printer pauses. The status indicates the job is stopped. I hit resume a couple of time and get an error: "Operation could not be completed. Client-error-not-possible".

2) I removed the printer (I'm on Leopard by the way), reinstalled Acrobat 7 Professional, downloaded all the updates and added the Adobe printer. Same thing happens.

I realize I can save to PDF using the PDF drop down button menu, but this option won't let me customize anything.

Has anyone had this problem?

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What model of Mac and what version of Mac OS X are you using?

Acrobat 7 is pretty old, and might not work properly under Leopard.
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I'm on a MacPro using OS X 10.5.6

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Yeah, it's a good bet that Acrobat 7 is not compatible with 10.5
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