Recognizing PostScript Errors

PostScript printers can fail to print a page for a variety of reasons, including insufficient memory and EPS objects containing illegal instructions. Printers do not automatically report the error type, but PageStream allows you to include an error handler with your documents that will print a page listing an error message.

To include the error handler when printing, toggle on the Error Handler checkbox in the Print Setup dialog box. Do not include the error handler for all documents, because it must be sent to the printer with each document, slowing down printing. Only use it when you have an unidentified PostScript problem.


 

Recognizing PostScript Errors  Sub-Section  url:PGSuser/desktopprint#anchor1848705
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