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Make sure you downloaded and installed the latest Adobe PostScript Printer
driver for your OS from adobe.com and that you installed it using the
Distiller PPD: the only printer you should be using to create PDFs is
Make sure that the Distiller printer is set as the default before you create
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> From: kelli -dot- lewis -at- onyxgfx -dot- com [SMTP:kelli -dot- lewis -at- onyxgfx -dot- com]
> Hi. Simple question. I've perused the archives and couldn't find
> useful on this. I am converting Frame docs to PDFs. I've suddenly come
> the problem (after creating book files) that my PDFs print with incorrect
> spacing between words. I'm not sure if this is related to book files, or
> Acrobat settings or what. When I say incorrect spacing, I mean sentences
> printing like this:
> "Clic kon th efil e butt on." Something tells me this isn't a tragic
> The font I'm using is Bookman Old Style...but I've been using the font all
> without problems.
> Suggestions? Ideas?