I only have one 64 bit system and I don't have a way of doing extensive testing like I can on 32 bit systems. Clear the checkbox labelled Enable advanced printing features. 11. Solution You should be able to solve this problem by exiting and restarting Quickbooks, and then sending the forms again. If there are items in the print queue, clear the queue, close the window, right-click the QuickBooks v303 PDF Converter and choose Printer Properties. 4. Check This Out
That was the first thing I tried on my Windows 7 x64 system because it had worked earlier on my Vista x64 system. Then, provide a response that guides them to the best possible outcome. They run SBS 2008 (64-bit) and QB Premier Contractor Edition 2010 Release R5P. Add/Delete port as necessary Verify the presence of one NUL: (Port type: Local port) Delete the NUL: port Under the Drivers tab: Delete all Amyuni Document Converter drivers Note: If you https://community.intuit.com/questions/1287584-printer-error-intuit-printer-library-could-not-print-to-printer-check-your-printer-selection-printing-may-have-been-cacelled-from-another-program
I'm hoping that something will come out soon… Mary Johnson says: February 12, 2010 at 2:30 pm I have Windows 7 64-bit, running QuickBooks Premier 2010. After 3 hours with "Tech support" they couldn't solve. Charlie says: January 26, 2010 at 8:06 pm Mike, if the clients are 32 bit, the DLL update wouldn't have any effect.
There is a save as PDF option in the File menu. For 2009 users you won't be able to open the file at all. Do you know how to get that installed even after doing all the fixes quickbooks has and the repairs of .net framework? Quickbooks Printer Repair Tool Thread Tools Display Modes 06-Sep-2010, 9:56 am #1 FaultWire Moderator Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 14,357 Intuit Printer Library - Could not print to printer.
Totally different thing here. Intuit Printer Library Could Not Print To Printer Windows 10 Right click on the icon (the 3.0 icon, or the 2.0 icon if that is all you see) and select Remove Device. 6. A few comments: -Ignore anything anyone says about the Amyuni PDF driver - as this article points out, it is no longer being used in QuickBooks starting with the 2011 product. https://community.intuit.com/questions/1002999-cannot-print-to-brother-printer The problenm is not limited to creating PDF files.
Ive been doing break-fix for 6 years and these guys crank out the worst software in existance. Your Forms Were Not Sent Because Quickbooks Could Not Create The Necessary Pdf Files Also, in my system, I have both the 2009 and 2010 versions installed. Yesterday I was saving invoices to PDF files when suddenly, the "Print driver host for 32 bit applications has stopped working" started up. First, I've not tried this out myself at this time, so be careful.
Lynn Glessner says: January 26, 2010 at 1:48 pm Just to add to how random this is, for a while it started working on my W7 laptop, and I didn't care I know that the technical changes that they had to implement were significant, so I doubt that they will be able to roll out this kind of change for older versions Anyone else have this issue? I'm one of the lucky ones where the DLL problem worked. Quickbooks Could Not Print To Printer Pdf
Note that there may be several PDF icons if you have installed older products. I ended up reinstalling quickbooks and reinstalling my printer several times and it fixed the print dialogue box and the pdf issues. Donna says: December 7, 2011 at 11:00 am My question is, if you cannot download adobe reader because IT has made it impossible to download anything and I don't have adobe this contact form Aim for no more than two short sentences in a paragraph, and try to keep paragraphs to two lines.
I am running QB 2009 R10 on Win 7 x64. Printer Not Activated Error Code 30 Quickbooks At the same time I installed Office Business 2010 and since the machine was 64 bit, I used the 64 bit option on Office. Here's an example of what I'm talking about: PC is HP Pavilion 6347c with 6 Gig RAM and Athlon 630 quad CPU, running Windows 7 Home Premium. (Considering upgrade to Business
Password Register Forum Help Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I might guess that it is a different issue than the PDF printer bug. Right click on the file and rename it from qbwpr32.dll to qbwpr32.old. 8. Quickbooks Print And Pdf Repair Tool If you have a second computer with QB on it, try setting it up there also, see if it works.
Such frustration. Fixing this is a bit more technical than I can go into with a blog comment like this unfortunately. Thanks a lot, your walkthroughs are immensely helpful. charles857 says: February 11, 2010 at 11:46 am I downloaded the new file qbwpr32.dll and replaced the old one.
I've heard of your particular problem, but I've not had my hands on a system that showed it, so I don't have a definitive answer. There is a much easier to solve the non printing issue. I can now perform reconciliations, print reports, save reports in pdf format again, but I am having a new problem. This page opened at 8:23 pm.
I'm keeping an eye here for any other suggestions, but so far this is working for me. Thanks again. All that stuff applies to versions PRIOR to QB 2011… Bruce says: October 4, 2010 at 12:07 pm In my opinion, Intuit should be applying and releasing fixes like the PDF When I uninstalled I made sure to remove all the PDF printers as well before rebooting.
I had finally fixed it a few months ago but then had to do a full reinstall on a new hard drive and it's back. You can control it a bit better with an addon product like CCRQInvoice, but that takes quite a bit of work to set up. I'm not sure if that will work for people who need multi user access or not (I'm out of the office this week and can't check that). If you press the F2 key in QB, the window that opens will have your product info at the top, including the R revision.
Avoid jargon and technical terms when possible. Do you have any suggestions? Now, it's back, and that did not help. There are a number of people who have reported continuing problems.
Be clear and state the answer right up front. I'm on Win7, QB Premier 2009, R10. HOWEVER, I do see enough people who complain about this issue where there may be some Intuit issue as well. Hard to say how long this will take for them to get fixed.
I'll keep an eye on the comments to see if QB actually comes up with a viable fix. But the problems have not been limited to 64 bit systems.