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This is the Reader forum. It wouldn't be involved in any of this.
How are you creating the PDF (What application?)
If it's Acrobat, you probably need to set your default printer to Adobe PDF before formatting the document in Word.
Word documents have a habit of reformatting from one machine to the other depending on the default printer. The Adobe printer treats the document just like a physical printer would and will reformat the document to fit it's specifications.
Hello graffiti, thanks for your quick answer
I am using Adobe reader 8.1.2; please accept my apologies in advance if I am not answering your question since I am always confused by that terminology Acrobat/Adobe.
Reviewing the list of printers available in my PC, I don't have listed Adobe PDF but Vision PDF.
Do you think these details were useful for you in order to help me?
The printer Vision PDF isn't a Adobe product. Contact the creator of this product.
Like Bernd says, you have to contact Vision. It's the culprit.
FYI, there are two products. One is Adobe Reader (which you have) and it is for viewing/printing PDF files. The other is ADobe Acrobat and it is for creating PDF's from other applications.
Thanks for your recommendation Bernd & Graffiti, I will do it.
Thanks graffiti for your explanatory message (Acrobat/Reader). I highly appreciate it! Because Adobe is the brand; those are product definitions.
>Because Adobe is the brand; those are product definitions.
Correct. Adobe makes many applications. Those are just two of them.