I have found a workaround, there is something with "compatibility" of adobe products (reader, acrobat) no matter what version (tried with versions 7, 8, 9, 10) with this specific printer drivers. I've installed Foxit Reader and after opening the file i tried it to print, also under preview (file - print) there is "zoom" tab and it was set to 96%. I've changed it to 100% and tried printing and finally every page was printed how it should in the first place. It's the only solution i could find for now being. If someone had similar problems or same I would gladly accept any suggestions? This is only temporary solution because i would like it to print also from adobe reader.
I've installed HP M1415fn printer and everything is ok. Printer prints ok, scans ok. But one problem has occurred and i can't solve it. When printing from pdf that has headers and footers, the page that is not full of text eg. has 3-4 lines of text+header text+footer text is printed in that way that the footer is "moved" up and it's printed somewhere in the middle of the paper. It's the same case for every pdf document that has page that is not full of text. I've checked all of the properties and they are ok. When i convert that pdf(with header, footer) to word document every page is printed ok, so the problem only occurs when the document is printed from pdf. Did anybody occurred similar problem? It's a network printer (server 2003) connected to Windows 7 machine with drivers provided by HP for Windows 7(everything is installed by the book). Note: printing pdf on other printers causes no problem. I've tried printing from Adobe Reader, Acrobat but problem stays. Firmware upgraded to the latest. So the only that comes to my mind is that the printer has bug with it's drivers or something else. Hopefully someone had similar or same problem and has the solution? Thanks