You can encounter a printing issue with your Adobe product in the following circumstances:
- if the system default printer is not available
- it is a network printer with conflicting permissions
- its drivers are damaged, out-of-date, or incompatible
Switching to another printer as the system default can help resolve the issue.
A check mark indicates the current default printer. Right-click on the icon for a printer that is connected to your computer locally (not via a network), or right-click on the icon for a document printer, such as Adobe PDF or Microsoft XPS Document Writer. If no local printer or document printer is available, see the note below.
If no local printer or document printer is available in the Control Panel on Windows, then you can install a dummy local printer. Windows allows you to install a printer that isn't a physical piece of hardware.