I do not have a solution but want you to know you are not alone. One of our clients has reported the same issue.
The document prints 2 copies. The first copy is fine. The second copy replaced
JOSEPH with KPTFQI
I have Reader 10x but do not experience this.
This needs to be reported to Adobe. I do not have the link. Maybe an Adobe employee will see this and provide one.
Exactly, I get this when printing email attachments if I don't open the file first, but sometimes even if the attachment is open the first page prints ok, but the next pages look "like this", "mjlf uijt"
We're experiencing the same problem.
It appears to not be an issue with Reader X only. I have one Pc with Reader 9.4.1.
Also, I don't believe it's a printer issue because we're having issues with multiple printers, multiple brands and types (inkjet and laser); HP's, Lexmark and Kyocer Mita's.
Would be nice if Adobe could come out with a patch or fix. It seems it's been happening for some time now.
We have had a few bug reports related to Adobe Reader X protected mode coming in from you in this forum. We have addressed a large number of them in our upcoming Reader update and we would like to hear your feedback.
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