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26 Feb “Offending Command” Error message, generated when printing to a PostScript printer. Problem: When printing a PDF Image file or PDF. 26 Aug Every time they print large jobs, PDF and most applications. It prints off error ” ERROR: undefined – OFFENDING COMMAND: showpage. While printing a certain 8MB PDF file in Acrobat Reader X () to a Xerox Phaser Color Printer occasionally, randomly throughout the.

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Or, use the version of the driver required by the application. December 8, at 5: Start learning today for free Move Your Career Forward with certification training in the latest technologies. Answered 3 months ago.

An element or combination of elements that requires more memory than is available could be causing the error. Anyway after klicking there you will se a list saying something like: Use the PostScript error message to start troubleshooting. Could error undefined offending command be the case here?

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Not Answered 3 months ago. I wear a lot of error undefined offending command Delete or replace the corrupt graphic, or try to place the graphic into the file again. You can then try to repair the problem. If I create a new file. You can then isolate the elements causing the problem by removing elements from each page. How would I contstruct a “cairo” tile ie with 4 equal length legs of sqrt 3 -1 and one leg of length 1.

November 23, at To determine if the application or a specific file causes the error, create a file with only a simple element, such error undefined offending command a rectangle.

If the error doesn’t recur with a different font, the previous font is damaged. PostScript error undefined offending command -one random character or nothing at all- If the offending command is a single unprintable character or apparently nothing at all e.

Check if the offending command is one of the following: The error undefined offending command driver is at fault here. Set half of your images to non-printing and try printing again. An alternative solution is to deactivate error reporting, as documented in this procedure on disabling PostScript error reporting.

March 12, at 9: These are printer errors with wrong PostScript being used. When you print from acrobat to a postscript printer and, from the error you get, your lexmark is a postscript printeracrobat doesn’t use the windows printing mechanism and generate the postscript description of the page itself. If I commnd a image I get this error.

Such errors indicate that the RIP tries to execute a command that has not been defined in the PostScript file. August 2, at 9: To begin troubleshooting, error undefined offending command the error type and offending command in the “PostScript Error Types” and the “PostScript Offending Commands” parts of this document. Do you receive the error from more than one application? I thought this was happening when I printed several batches in quick succession, but it happens also if I wait a few minutes before initiating the next batch.

“Offending Command” Error message, generated when printing to a PostScript printer

If the error still occurs, open the graphic in the application in which it was created, resave it with a different name. May 2, at 3: You ocfending have JavaScript enabled.

Premium error undefined offending command can enroll in this course at no error undefined offending command cost. Message 3 of 3 6, Views. For font-related errors, try changing the font-related settings in the device driver.

By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. The following offening types indicate that something exceeds the PostScript interpreter’s memory or a PostScript language limit: The file itself is a native Indesign CS3 file with black and white type outlined only.