Edge does not use Acrobat Reader (and cannot be configured to do so), and like every PDF viewer (Preview, Chrome, etc. etc.) is going to have its own set of bugs and quirks.
On reflection, you say Edge is fine and Reader is not. Has it ever been OK (that is, is this a recent problem from an update to Reader)?
Thanks for your quick reply.
I am the IT coordinator for my company, and as such, I control all updates, and push out manually. There have been no changes to either Adobe Reader OR Acrobat DC.
As far as I'm aware, this is the first time this issue has been reported to IT.
The only thing that has changed is a recent site-wide Windows 7 to 10 Upgrade, however we only have 2 PC's that are affected by the above problem, so I am unsure if it's an OS issue.
1. If you use the exact same PDF for testing, do you see this problem (bad display) in Reader and/or Acrobat on every system or only certain ones?
2. What exact version of Reader or Acrobat?
Every system is build in the same way - All have Adobe Acrobat Reader DC 15.007.20033 .
In addition, we have 13 Desktops with Adobe Acrobat XI Standard 11.0.00. There are no different version numbers.
I have tested this on several different desktops, and the document works fine in Edge, but not when I use either Adobe Reader or Acrobat Standard.
Ok, have you tried on any PC outside this configuration with a recent version of either Reader or Acrobat?
Can you share the form?