If I had to guess, I would say it is on the end of the application used to create the PDF. Reader is just going to display what it gets. It can't reformat a PDF.
I guess I should specify that I'm looking for someone who actually uses MS Visual Studio Reporting Services and exports files to PDF with it, since they may have some insight on why this is happening. If someone can verify that Reader is definitely not the problem, that's great, it narrows it down for me, but all I get is 'may be, could be, my guess is'; nobody seems to have a definite answer. I've asked on every forum I can find, and while lots of people have this problem and some people claim to have the answer, none of the 'solutions' have worked for any of us and I've seen no hard evidence that it is not Reader.
Can you post a sample pdf file?
Unfortunately, I can't, it contains confidential information. This is a screen shot of part of it, the top paragraph is from the original document with correct formatting, the lower portion shows how it looks now with the indentation stripped. It doesn't seem to matter whether bullets or hyphens are used, in both cases it strips the indent.
Can you post the pdf file of this part?
I repeat, the PDF contains confidential information, I cannot post it.
It's going to be next to impossible to figure this out with a screen shot.
You can use the redaction tools to remove any sensitive information in the PDF and post it.
How do I post it, I don't see an 'Attach' function here.
I have the same problem, our Invoces are displayed wrong. When you scroll down and up, it is displayed correctly. It seems like the indent is wrong.
I am willing to upload a invoice, but where is that attach button?
I have a problem with adobe reader DC, some PDF files are displayed incorrectly
Hi, please post your issue with Reader in details on the following forum so our team of experts can advise you: http://adobe.ly/1qDu93T Thanks ^NR
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And now i get page not found
This link is dead: https://forums.adobe.com/community/acrobat …
This link refers you to the Adobe forum to get support for Reader. Could you please try from another browser? We've tested the link and confirm it is available. ^NR
In chrome it works, you got a bug!
Found the problem here: https://forums.adobe.com/message/8682274#8682274 …
When i login into the forum i also get an error on Chrome
I really need to speak someone that does something for me
We're looping our expert to look at the forum post https://forums.adobe.com/message/8682274#8682274 … . Thanks ^NR
16m 3 minutes ago
Thanks Roland, to resolve the redirect issue, we recommend to change the 'Name for Adobe Community Forum' from http://adobe.ly/1HueOi6 . You will then be able to access the forum. Thanks ^NR
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