Unless her HP is/was in PostScript mode, it was probably printing with
the HPGL driver and printer fonts; totally different than what it
should be for publication/PDF work.
On 7/18/07, Doug <dbailey4117 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Not sure what the problem was, but I figured out that it only occurred
> when my co-worker's printer was set to the HP printer at her desk.
> When it was set to default to Adobe PDF, or to the department's laser
> jet, it worked fine. Strange. And yes, it printed crunched just as
> it displayed crunched.
> Thanks everyone.
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