I installed Reader [01/03/2010,in English] and it prints in a different language/garble.
I received a hospital appointment email with an attachment confirming my next day's appointment.
The attachment confirms place and time with a barcode to be scanned upon arrival at the hospital's kiosk.
So far all is good but, when I print the attachment it looks similar in format but is garbled.
It does not appear to be a translation to a foreign language but rather a series of random letters and symbols.
Time: prints out as; Ujn f ; Provider:prints out as: Qspwjef s ; Location: prints out as: Mpdbyjo
09:00AM " " ; 1: ; 11BN Not only are the letters garbled but they are merged
I don't know what's wrong or how to fix it. My question is "What I Gotta Do?" HELP!
It "could" have something to do with improper embedding of the fonts used in the document. Reader is substituting for a different font which as you can see, rarely works.
One thing you can try is in the print menu find the option to "print as image" and see if that works.
If it doesn't, there isn't really anything you can do except to contact the folks that made the PDF and request that they embed all fonts.
It worked being "Printed As An Image". First I went to my ADD/REMOVE and removed the program. I then re-downloaded Adobe Reader and checked "Print As Image" and the garble was gone. All Is Running/Printing well. Thank you for your advice.