Adobe Files Are Printing Slow on My Konica Minolta Bizhub 350

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The Konica Minolta Bizhub 350 is a professional office printer, copier, scanner and fax machine. When using the hardware to print from your computer system, you may find it produced Adobe documents slower than other files. This is an Adobe issue and not a problem with the Bizhub 350. Thankfully, there are a few options for correcting the problem.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy


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    Save the Adobe document. Click "File," "Save," then open the file in the image viewing program installed on the computer. Typically if you double-click the saved file (such as a JPEG) it opens in the image viewer. When printing from this location the document prints faster than when printing from Adobe.

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    Print one page at a time. Some Adobe programs run into issues when printing multiple pages at the same time. Click "File," "Print," then select the page print option and click the first page. Click "Print," for the document to start printing, then repeat the process with the next page. This only works if the document is a few pages long (you don't want to repeat this if the document is large, such as 20 or more pages).

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    Return to the print menu, then uncheck, the "Collated" function. Click "Print" and you should see an immediate speed up in the print time.

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    Open the "Finder" icon (when using a Mac -- this option is not available on Windows computers), then click "Library." Scroll through the list of files until you find a file marked ".com.adobe.reader." Delete this file and any other file that begins with this. Restart the Adobe program and it is now going to print correctly.

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