Are there any strategies or guidelines about version control of hard copy documents?
simple lng ..
tumingin ka sa notebook mo ..
un kopyahin mo .. may sagot kana
I had this problem. The error message said that this document cannot be printed and after clikcking ok, another message said that the page wasn't selected or something like that. I went to Programs and Features in Vista Control Panel and deleted Adobe Reader 9. Then I rebooted and went to adobe.com and installed the 9.1 version. Now, I can print my documents. I hope this helps you!
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