We are experiencing an issue with several PDF files that have always displayed fine using Adobe Readers prior to version 10. When viewing the PDFs in version X, they have random blank pages. There's no pattern to when the blanks show up. For example, page 37 will be fine, page 38 shows blank, and then page 39 will be fine. This occurs whether viewing in a browser or using the actual reader application. I have also noticed that a good PDF under 10 can be saved with no problems, but if I try saving a copy of one of the problem PDFs within 10, I get an error message that says 'The document could not be saved. A number is out of range'. The PDFs were generated out of SAP with SAP Netweaver 7 and show a PDF version of 1.6 (Acrobat 7.x). I'm not finding a whole about this and am hoping others have experience something similar.
I actually need to make 1 correction to the above. The properties of the PDF show as PDF version 1.3 (Acrobat 4.x).
As a follow to the above, the problem was related to a file transfer. The PDFs in question were being transfered from a Unix platform to a Windows Server. The transfer was defaulting to ASCII or Text and not binary. Apparently this was never an issue with older versions of Adobe Reader. Once the transfer was switched to binary, Reader X was able to view the files with no missing pages. Something was being stripped from the file that Reader X just didn't like.