Removing this from the mac library and reverting to default printer settings restored the printer to me. Tutorial told me to send the corrupted file to you, but I do not see how to do this on this website.
Well the printer was functioning normally with the other programs, so the problem was localized in Photoshop.
I found an Adobe tutorial about removing preferences in the Photoshop program so that it would return to default settings, and this worked. At least it did on the first time I printed something. Then I tried printing something else, and back to the old barrier. So I repeated the preferences routine, and it started up again. Now tomorrow, who knows if it will work or not? The tutorial recommended sending the corrupted preferences to you, but I couldn't see a way of doing that. The second set of corrupted preferences are now sitting on my desktop. Roger Callan firstname.lastname@example.org