1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 20, 2010 11:33 AM by Dog of War

    charts and/or illustrations ruin the formatting on my ereader


      I've been downloading library books using the Adobe digital editions software for a few weeks now.  This is the first book I downloaded that had charts embedded in the manuscript.  Every time I come to one of the charts, the chart is reduced to a column of numbers, and the printing is scattered over several pages, and the font is limited to the smallest (extremely small) size.  It is extremely difficult to read - moving forward one page for a few lines, then back for a few more lines, trying to figure out where this section ends and what page to continue on. I am SHOCKED!!   After all these years, I thought Adobe was perfect!    Do you know if this is a regular problem with this software?  Or is it possibly my ereader causing this problem?  Is there anything I can do to correct it?