Can you provide more information which printer driver you are using? Is it happening for all PDFs? Does it happen with physical printer as well? If possible can you share the file iwth which you are seeing the problem?
Hi, thanks for your support.
I am using Black Ice PDF printer driver
Issue is not happening for all PDF files. It seems only which contain temporary fonts and when protected mode is turned on, and when right clicking on the document and selecting the "Print" option.
On physical printer I could print ok.
How can I share the file for you?
Turning off Protected mode works on XP SP3 HP 1320.
When will Adobe fix this character substitution problem (B for A, C for B and so on?
We are having the same problem but some documents don't print at all until we deselect Protected Mode. We are using bunches of different drivers so I don't think that has anything to do with the problem. Some things will print some things don't. We had the same problem when we were on 10.1.1
There is a good amount of discussion available at
http://acrobatusers.com/forum/printing-prepress/pdfs-printing-garbage-characters/ related to the problem reported. It has got to do with how the PDFs have been created.
I have both Acrobat Reader 10, and Acrobat 10.
Rather than risk wasting paper printing transposed letters, I am now using PDF-Xchange viewer, which has never had a problem.
It has tabs for each open PDF document, so it is very easy to switch from one document to another.
And the second document appears almost instantly.
Lots of other features, too.
Highly recommend it as a reader.
But nothing can touch Acrobat 10 for features and functionality. I use it all the time.