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Misalignment from Web to PDF

Misalignment from Web to PDF

Misalignment from Web to PDF

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Hi! I am having problem with the alignment.

I have a grid in a document that does not display consistently in place.

The grid may be aligned with other text objects in Web already but when it's viewed in PDF, the objects are not aligned anymore with respect to the grid columns.

Is there a workaround for this? Thanks!

RE: Misalignment from Web to PDF

We have the same problem and I have logged a case with Tech support for this, though they have not figured out a solution for it.

Text boxes WILL BE reformatted when viewed in the web. The workaround is to try to use the grid header as much as possible.
Our client wanted the web, excel and pdf to be perfectly aligned and trust me, it is difficult.

On my part I made sure the pdf and excel were perfect enough and the web be a little skewed.

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