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Topic: Why Does my letter "L" look bold in my PDF (Via Email), 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 142646
From: signgirl
Date: 11/11/2005 04:04 AM

Please help me. I've searched for hours for a solution. Here's the problem: Orginal document was created in Adobe Illustraor and saved as a PDF for my customers to view a proof. The letter "l" always looks funny. More bold than the rest of the text. The PDF prints just fine but for viewing purposes, most of my clients question if it's an error. Please see the attached file of what I mean. I use Adobe Acrobat 6.0

thanks,
Signgirl


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