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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2008-01-10 03:32 -------
I have clients that are using PDF's I write programmatically in my application. 

Now I acknowledge that this could be a problem with the third party API i use, 
but though I would see if anyone here has had this problem. 

basically they will get PDF's of orders created in a system. 

These orders will arrive one by one as email attachements. 

The administrators, in this case, will print all the orders that come in at a 
time. 

In each run 25-30% of them will print incorrectly. They appear on the screen 
exactly as they should. 

When they print the incorrect ones print with a character shift. b for a, c for 
b 

so 'Your Order' will print as 'Zpvs%Psefs'. The formatting of the text, and 
layout on the page is all as it should be. 

Now if you printed any of these documents again, they would print as they 
should. This meaning the same document, from the same email, printed again. 


Notes : 
- the problem is quite hard to reproduce : if you re-open the same file and 
print it again, or relaunch the same editing process, 
  there is no problem ! 

- the bug occurs when using PCL laser printers (mostly HP printers) 
  and Inkjet printers. 
  When using PostScript driver, it's ok. 
  (but we don't want to use PS drivers, it's slower and increase memory usage 
on the printer) 

- in the previous version of our application, 
  the silent printing system used AWT instead of Acrobat Reader, 
  at that time, there was no problem. 

- our pdf documents do not use embedded fonts.

- the problem is reproducable on old Acrobat RReader versions as well as on the 
latest.

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