PDF doesn't look like its source document

When you create a PDF document using Acrobat.com, the resulting PDF file looks different from the original document.

Solution 1: Change the font in your source document to a common font

Then, convert the file to PDF again.

Solution 2: Use the desktop version of Adobe Acrobat

The Adobe Acrobat conversion engine has access to all the fonts installed on your system.

Additional information

Saving to other formats can change page items, such as image placement, line breaks, and page breaks. 

If a font in the source document isn't available on the Acrobat.com conversion servers, the font is substituted.

While the Acrobat.com conversion servers have many fonts, Adobe can't provide every font on the market. 

If the suggestions above do not help, contact Adobe Customer Support via chat at http://www.adobe.com/support/acrobatdotcom/supportinfo.


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