PDF files can be created by a number of different sources (Adobe, MS Word, MS Powerpoint, Google Docs, "Fake Printers", Apple Pages, etc). This is especially true from crowd sourced sites like Teachers Pay Teachers. As a result they often present some issues in printing them correctly.
The primary solution to this is to print from different programs.
- Save your PDF file to your computer.
- If it is downloaded from a website then it should be automatically saved in your downloads folder.
- If it was emailed to you, right click on the attachment and select "Save As". then choose a location to save it.
- Open in a choice of programs.
- Open your file explorer
- Navigate to the folder that you saved the file in.
- RIGHT-click on the file
- choose "open with". This choice will be about halfway down the list of options.
- Choose a program to open with.
- Print your file from that program.
This is a little complicated because I can't necessarily tell you which one will work correctly. It is a little bit trial and error. I've had good luck opening in "Edge". But, if that doesn't work repeat these steps and try a different program. At a particular time, I was helping two different people with this issue. One of them was able to print from Adobe fine, the other one (with a different file), Adobe was crashing each time the attempt was made to print.