Doug wrote: > In my experience the true test is whether the rules print > normally...Acrobat has a reputation for not being able to draw lines > well. If the hardcopy is fine, just ignore the inconsistent ruling.
Just to clarify: Acrobat's problems with line widths is on-screen only, and it all has to do with how Acrobat handles fractional pixel widths. If a line in a document happens to straddle the boundary between two pixels in the screen image, Acrobat may draw *both* pixels as black even though the proper line width is 1 pixel or less. If you increase the zoom factor so that most lines are more than 1 or 2 screen pixels in width to begin with, the difference of an extra pixel on some lines becomes a lot less noticeable. But regardless of the on-screen display anomaly, Acrobat always produces line widths in printed output that are accurate within the printer resolution (e.g. 1/600 inch). _________________________________________________________________ Share life as it happens with the new Windows Live.Download today it's FREE! http://www.windowslive.com/share.html?ocid=TXT_TAGLM_Wave2_sharelife_112007