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Adobe inserting letters during a conversion to pdf

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We have our event management system that creates reports, that when they are converted to a PDF using Adobe, will add the letter i after the letter t.  This does not happen when converting to a Word document and appears to impact only small font.

We are running Windows 7, 32 bit.  I cannot re-create the problem on my Windows 7 64 bit.
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Dan Craciun earned 2000 total points
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It does not add the letter i. It replaces the letter t with a glyph that looks like a ti.

Word isn't smart enough to read OpenType Glyphs (or maybe 2013 is?) that's why you don't have problems.

Can you try with a different font, preferable a standard True Type, to see if the problem persists?

HTH,
Dan
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Yes, a different font did resolve the problem.  Thank you.
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