Originally Posted by cyberslober
Thanks PECONET009 for the respond but I had figured that out and downloaded the file once I stopped and really thought about you description of the win32 or win64 drop down. Thanks again for all your help but I am running Wheezy 64bit so that app. will not install on my machine. I did however find a Linux version of adobe reader for free which installed OK but must be for 32bit because it will not open a PDF file. Even if adobe did work I am not sure it would help the printing issue to the Wheezy printer from windows.
I am starting to believe that the printing issue is in PDF format communication between the windows machine and the Wheezy machine, I will keep trying from time to time to find a fix for this printing issue.
Huge Thanks to all that have offer suggestions.
If you try again here: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/downloads/
, there is another window of where it asks you of which type of Linux system type you want to download, so you just scroll down to select (in your case you are using Wheezy) "deb" of which it will be compatible for your system.
So you just select (second window) "Window 32/64bit" for the window to open up to what system you need, select "Desktop linux" then you need to click on "Download" of which the window will open up to reveal which system package you need, since you are using Debian Wheezy, you need to select "Deb" then it will download the correct package for your system, just click to run it.
Hope it all works out for you.
I have tested it, and it works fine.
It does work, you just need to believe sometimes.