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Check your accessibility settings in the preferences of Adobe Reader 9.
That was it - thanks so much. I had 'Replace document colours'
selected from the first days of using Reader 9 when I was trying out
the preferences. I still find those options totally impenetrable, I
haven't noticed any difference with any other file, and I can't see
why they should alter white on black except perhaps to reverse the
colours. Why does this not affect the Reflow view?
Trouble with the Arial Narrow font and version 8.1.2?
Our project uses a client-server Oracle Report Writer product for its reports; postscript output can be printed directly to a printer, or saved to an Adobe file. Since upgrading to Adobe Reader 8.1.2, I've noticed that the where I've used the Arial Narrow font (8,10 or 12 points) in the reports, the PDF output always changes it to bold.
Switching to the plain Arial font in my report fixes the "bold" issue, but I would rather use a font with narrow horizontal spacing, and haven't found an alternative to Arial Narrow.
Suggestions are appreciated.
Where did you get the Arial Narrow font from? If it came with
Microsoft Office 2007 or Windows Vista, then this might explain your
Thanks for the response, Noel,
I came across the same link just prior to reading your response. I intend to install the hot-fix as soon as our internal product support folks give the OK.