Delrina Formflow custom form format problems on one machine

I have a form created in PerForm Pro Plus that is populated from a text file generated from an Access database.  I set up a new machine to access the forms but the form format displays and prints out of synch.  The database is on a shared drive, the forms .frp are on a shared drive, the version of formfiller is the same as other machines, the default printer is the same.  I can't figure out what is different between the 2 machines.  Windows XP is the operating system.  I know this is really old software, but does anyone have an idea of what I can do?
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djaburgCommented:
Sometimes the default font on the machine can affect any thing that uses that as opposed to a program specific font.  Make sure the client with the issues doesn't have a custom theme applied to their machine.
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