We use a cloud based accounting application in our office that renders forms for printing via the adobe PDF system. In particular, the Bank Deposit Form is giving us fits on Windows 8.
The form data is rendered by the cloud app to a PDF file which is opened either in the browser imbedded Adobe Reader, or launches Adobe Reader depending on configuration of Applications setting in the browser (Firefox 23).
The form itself is pre-printed and loaded to an HP laser printer. The PDF file prints data in boxes on the form. On Windows XP and Windows 7, the form prints properly with all the data lined up in the boxes as it should be.
On Windows 8, the form data prints about 75% of one line too low, making the form unusable.
I did check to make sure that Adobe Reader was set to print the form in Actual Size and not to Auto Rotate or Center on all OS versions.
To me this seems like an issue with the new Windows 8 printer driver system. I don't think it is a problem with the cloud application. I can't have them adjust their rendering or it will break my XP and 7 workstations.
Any thoughts as to how I might work around this?