that shows this error: “Error: rangecheck; OffendingCommand: endcidrange.” I have had no problem printing other messages in the existing. PDF works for all other reports but one where I have used the Line command to draw lines and boxes in the detail section. Result is a log file. error rangecheck offendingcommand endcidrange. A PostScript error typecheck or rangecheck orrurs when you try printing edward tufte pdf download a.

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I reviewed postings containing various bits of advice. Meanwhile, having solved this problem, I am appending my remaining notes on the matter, for endcidrangr, as follows: Feb 12, Likes Received: When I try in various ways to print this message, I get a log file that shows this error: He said document on Adobe’s website has some relevant content.

I called Adobe tech support.

Error: rangecheck; OffendingCommand: endcidrange | PC Review

I then went back and tried another thing in that same dialog box, “Adobe Endcidramge Settings for supported documents. I’m going to try this first, in case there aren’t too many misbehaving e-mails to worry about — it may be the fastest solution.

I posted one entry through Microsoft’s support page. I’m not even sure which outlook. Seems it’s not just an Outlook issue. Someone else said that was not a helpful change, so I changed it back. As the Adobe tech advised, I have downloaded the free day trial of Acrobat 7. That process has failed so far.


After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. I have seen a few reviews that indicate it is much more stable. The guy said, “I know you’d like to get free support, but Instead of the General tab in that place, I chose the Fonts tab and changed the “When embedding fails” option to Ignore.

I paid a lot of money for this program! This particular e-mail message appears to differ from the others only in regard to the fonts it uses.

Anyway, on Adobe’s site I am finding messages indicating that it sounds like a font problem, and that particularly the Arial Unicode MS font might be the issue.

I could probably restore an old drive image that errorr Outlook XP on it, import this outlook. That did not solve the problem. The number of recalcitrant e-mail messages proved to be quite small.

Sorry for the double-post.

Distiller error message: “rangecheck”

Ray, Jan 25, Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? BTW, I am using Acrobat 6. Offendingccommand would avoid the problem by simply not using the font, but in this case I’m trying to print someone else’s message to me. It is a troubleshooting document. I don’t know that this will be the only glitch in the process, but at least I have managed to identify this one.


I would do a workaround if this were the only problematic e-mail message, but I figure I am likely to have this problem again before I’m finished with the present task.

I thought it might be the same as this forum, except that the list of messages shown there and here didn’t look the same.

Error: Rangecheck when printing

Microsoft has identified this problem: Next, I tried this: I also received the error. You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. It begins with this remark: That document is presently at http: Guest, Jan 24, Printing the file in Outlook actually produced few other errors.

I didn’t find any solutions in Adobe’s Knowledgebase or forums. I am attempting to print about 9, e-mail messages in Outlook to a single PDF. Any idea what solutions might work? Ray, Jan 24, So I bagged that. Unfortunately, that did not solve the problem in this case.

It gave me the rangechdck to save. The other kludge solution is to keep hammering away in Outlookprinting the occasional recalcitrant e-mail message into RTF, printing that to PDF in OpenOffice 2.