Adobe Acrobat adds sophisticated print production tools that enable a complete PDF workflow for high-end color output. The print production tools can be accessed by choosing Tools > Print Production.
Open the Print Production tools
Combines separation preview, soft proofing, color warnings, and more in one convenient dialog box.
Allows you to perform more than 400 predefined checks for all the common output errors, and then correct all fixable errors.
Allows you to select, move, and edit both raster and vector objects. You can edit individual object properties, such as tags, color space, or rendering intent.
Allows you to define and apply flattening settings for transparent objects. Includes a preview for viewing transparent objects and the effects your settings have on those objects. You can save the settings as presets to apply to other pages or PDFs.
Set Page Boxes
Allows you to define the crop, trim, bleed, art, and media boxes on a page. The elements are important for proper page positioning and placement of printer marks, especially for imposition.
Add Printer Marks
Adds standard printer marks to a PDF page for positioning. These marks are embedded in the PDF.
Modifies the way inks are treated while the current PDF is open. The Acrobat Ink Manager uses the same options and controls as other Adobe applications.
Allows you to create and apply trap settings for later execution by an Adobe RIP that licenses Adobe In-RIP Trapping.
Follow the steps mentioned in the article to Print PDFs.
Follow the steps to troubleshoot PDF printing in Acrobat and Reader.