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opening a PDF in IE 9 or 10 doesn't display or print properly

Posted on 2013-06-14
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When we open a PDF files in IE it doesn't display or print propberly but does in Chrome or Firefox.  
Any ideas?

See attached.  There should be line all the way across
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Question by:jrsitman
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by:John Hurst
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IE 9 and IE 10 handle PDF files just fine. I use that feature daily.

How did you make your PDF (what application)?

What are you using to open PDF's (what application)?

I use Adobe Acrobat to create PDF's and to read PDF's. There are no issues with this.

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Designed with Adobe pro.  It is a form on our private portion of our web site.  It opens with IE.  We don't have an option toopen with anything but default browser.
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John Hurst earned 400 total points
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I don't know. I did look through all the IE Advanced Options and I did not see anything in there that would produce this effect. Sorry.

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Thanks.  I think the problem is in the design and not actually with IE.
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@jrsitman - Thanks.  That is what I was thinking.
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