I am using conversion software (such as Nitro PDF prof) to convert a 2010 word docx file into pdf - I use high quality (print ready) conversion for a larger file size. After the conversion, the pdf file opens properly in good quality within nitro pdf. However, when the same file is opened in acrobat rear 9./9.2, there appears to be a visible noticeable difference in quality. The font appears to be stretchy and it is NOT as sharp as the vie in nitro pdf. Even at 130% zoom, the document is not crisp.
Is this a known problem? What is the best way to get around this?
I would suspect there's a fault in the PDF, either with embedded fonts or kerning, but without seeing it there's no way to tell. This forum can help with problems relating to Adobe software but does not provide any support for applications from other vendors, so you may want to ask Nitro directly.