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markey99

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Heres the problem, I have two clients, each making a PDF, from what program I dont know. But they are bascially the same file but coming from two different people.

From one client the pdf is fine and everything looks good.

From the other client a line on the pdf for some reason displays and prints as a dotted line, when it should be a solid line.

They are using to view the pdf, acrobat professioanl 7.0, we are using professional 6.0. But there is a computer in the office here that has 4.0 and it looks fine in 4.0, then when we open the same exact file file in 6.0 the line becomes dotted.

We downloaded 7.0 reader and everything displays and prints fine. However I need the professional, but dont want to buy at this time if I dont have to.

I am running XP.

Any and all help will be appreicated, thanks
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i would have no idea what's causing this...but...it seems that you've narrowed it down to some form of incompatability between 7 and 6....is it possible within version 6 to redo the line on the offending PDF once you open the file? like replace the line with what 6 would concider a solid line?
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markey99

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It is possible to do that using pitstop, however, what we are printing needs to be exact. Theres not a way to make it in the exact same spot and same stroke width.

Any other ideas?
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