PDF (Portable Document format) is a file format that is used to represent documents in a manner of hardware, application software and operating systems. Each PDF file has its complete description of a fixed-layout, text, graphics, fonts and other information. People use PDF to share images, letters, resume, etc. PDF files support password protection through which user can keep their PDF file data secure, and limited only to those people who know the password to it. It is the best way to save your data from being hacked or shared by unauthorized means. As you know there are lots of benefits of using PDF file format for Personal & Professional purposes, but at the same time it also has some limitations as far as using the file on a Windows system is concerned. It also depends upon version of the OS being used like; Windows 8, 7 & XP. So have a look at some of the limitations that can be encountered while you try to print files. Steps to Increase Print File Limits in Windows 7 & 8 The maximum print file limit on Windows 8 & 7 is 15. But, you can learn how to increase this limit by applying the below mentioned steps:
Computer > HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Explorer
Note: If you didn’t find the DWORD, you can create it manually by right click >> New >> DWORD Value. Name the DWORD name exactly MultipleInvokePromptMinimum because it is case sensitive.
After completing above steps you will able to print unlimited documents in windows 7 & 8. Now before starting printing make sure you have selected working Printer as default. Follow the steps below to change the default printer setting:
Now you can print multiple PDF files at once. We have described it in a step by step process and by following them you will able to print multiple PDF files at once on your Windows 8, 7 & XP respectively. How to Print Multiple PDF Files At Once? A: Steps for Windows 8 & 7 Users
B: Steps for Windows XP Users:
Path: My Computer (Windows Key + E) >> Press F3 for search >> Click all files and folder >> Type .pdf in the box. By following above described steps you will able to print multiple documents on your Windows 8, 7 & XP system. In addition to that, there is one more way for Adobe Acrobat users to print many documents at once. Just follow the steps below: C: Steps for Adobe Acrobat 9 Users:
D: Steps for Acrobat X Users: Acrobat X doesn’t include built-in “Print All” Action in it. So you will need to create it.
Important: Adobe Reader is a free software to view PDF documents on computers. From version 2 Adobe distributed Acrobat Reader (now Adobe Reader) software for free. The current Adobe Reader version is XI (11.0.278). I hope that all of the above discussed ways are clear to you. You can try them on to print PDF files as the methods mentioned in this post are tried and tested. If you are facing any issue then feel free to contact us immediately for assistance.