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when printing from the web acrobar writer randomly prints unreadable fonts

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when printing from the web acrobar writer randomly prints unreadable fonts. Some pages of a document are fine and some arnt. Any suggestions? The printer driver is up to date Acrobat was reinstalled and updated
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Jason C. Levine earned 1000 total points
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Hi harvister,

Have you looked at the source code and CSS for the page where it is unreadable?  Sometimes the Adobe engine cannot parse complex/invalid page code.
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