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PDF files have random charaters

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When I open a pdf file in Adobe Reader,  the format is correct but the caractures are random, what i call gobblee gook.  Example:  (&)*PLKJT^^%())((.  I have all windows updates, adobe reader 9, java updates.
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I have had this happen before with Acrobat Reader. I use Foxit Reader which is a free (much faster) alternative.

http://www.foxitsoftware.com/
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Work great, thanks
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