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Rex R

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title pretty much says it. when I last tried printing a fin template with, ms edge and my newest printer it came out distorted (vert was stretched I think). now I am thinking that I should grab the reader...adobe has two versions to offer for win 10 which one would you suggest*? thanks,
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*reader dc 2015.023.20053, and reader 11.0.10, both are English for windows.
 
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I'm using the DC version, same build you reference except last digit is a 6 instead of a 3, and it works fine (as long as I set it to print actual size).
 

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I would imagine that the d/l version is one or more updates behind :). thanks for the info
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Personally I like Foxit Reader. It does a great job of viewing and printing pdf files. It will also convert image and text files to pdf if you right click on the file and select the option. Its a little annoying on the install becuase you have to tell it to install the free version a couple times, but if you don't mind that its great.
 

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Personally I like Foxit Reader. It does a great job of viewing and printing pdf files. It will also convert image and text files to pdf if you right click on the file and select the option. Its a little annoying on the install becuase you have to tell it to install the free version a couple times, but if you don't mind that its great.
I popped in to say this ... Adobe Reader has gotten so bloated, it's not funny. Foxit has started to suffer feature-creep and bloat as well, but it's roughly where Adobe was 10 years ago, i.e. "much smaller and faster".
 
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