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How to Print Coupons
General Help on SmartSource.com is available on their website!
Why do I need Adobe Reader?
For many years, SmartSource.com printing relied on Java, a so-called “applet” that would allow use to securely send a coupon to your printer. Over the years, Java has been the subject of many security vulnerabilities to users, and as a result, many web browsers now block Java.
With SmartSource’s new print technology, we use Adobe PDF Security. Most people already have Adobe Reader installed, so this makes the transition seamless. And while many programs can open PDF files, SmartSource coupons rely on security technologies unique to Adobe Reader.
You can get Adobe Reader for free here.
Why are my coupons printing with blank spaces?
The issue could be that you have setup your computer to print directly to your printer. This can cause the printer to run out of memory and print an incomplete coupon. Changing your printer setup to spool print documents will usually resolve this issue. Consult your printer manual for information on how to spool print documents.
If you’re printing multiple coupons at once, try decreasing your basket size.
If you have verified that your printer is set to spool documents, try printing in another browser. SmartSource recommends Firefox.
The screen said my coupons were printing, but they never did
Check to verify that your printer is connected and turned on.
If you were trying to print several coupons, the file size may be exceeding the amount of memory you have available. Try printing a single coupon. If that works, you may not be able to print out all that you want in a single session.
If you share a computer with other people, make sure they did not print the coupon already. Since SmartSource coupons can only be printed up to 2 times on the same computer, you may have exceeded the number of print times.