It resolves ‘invalidfont’ errors when printing to PostScript printers. For a PostScript error invalidfont offending command findfont: check the page on the findfont. Here is the error that prints out: ERROR: invalidfont OFFENDING COMMAND: define font STACK: /Font It is now printing perfectly fine!. ERROR: invalidfont OFFENDING COMMAND: define font STACK: Preview fails to show the PS file with a rather generic error (“Unable to.
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My customer is getting this only when printing different docs from PowerPoint.
PDFs print without a problem. It will begin the doc ok but stop in the middle and spit out a page with the above error. If he reprints the doc, it will stop at a different spot with the same error page at the end.
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He has tried many different PowerPoint docs with the same result. I tried updateing the firmware on the the Phaser to the latest. I am getting the error from MS Word with a document that uses Calibri 10 pt. The “download as softfont” produces the same result. Converting and saving ofvending file as a dot PDF did solve the problem but I’m curious about the root cause of the problem.
So what is the story? Having the same issue on a Calibri fonts in PowerPoint.
Xerox Customer Service fix:. Now the error should no longer appear.
And, if the error persist then you need offendinb support to point out the error. But I think the error should be resolved with above steps. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Xerox Customer Service fix: Select Printers and Faxes under the Start button 2. Right Click on your printer icon and select Printing Preferences 3. Select the Advanced tab 4.
Error: invalidfont Offending Command: xshow
Follow yellow highlighted settings below and select Apply. The xerox fix worked for me.
Does this mean we have to change all of our printer drivers to PCL 6???