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Topic: Converting Word document to PDF changes fonts!
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 113322
From: MartinS
Date: 6/14/2004 07:11 PM

I am running Adobe Acrobat 6 along with Distiller on 2 W2k Citrix servers. All documents (PDF or otherwise) are stored on network shares on a seperate file server. When converting documents to PDF, they are opened from and saved to the same locstion on the file server. When converting Word documents that have signs in them to PDF, some or all of the signs are converted to $ signs. The same user can convert the same document several times and get a different result each time. This is not particular to one server or one user. It is also nothing to do with regional settings on the Citrix servers or workstations. The thing that really confuses me is the "random" element of the signs changing to $ signs. It rarely happens the same way twice in a row. Any help on this would be much appreciated!



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