Table headers go missing when I compile a .PDF

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Please. May I ask for assistance! I am creating a .Pdf on a Windows XP platform using Quark Express version. 8.01. When I compile the data sheet through Acrobat Distiller (version 8.1.0) and Acrobat Professional (version 8.0.1), then finished .Pdf has missing column headers from tables in the data sheet. (My Acrobat Reader is version 9.44).

Column headings are shifted over, in some instances. Only headings; table content is not affected. White blocks appear to the left of the first column header missing. And this block out other readable text on the page.

Any suggestions on what is going wrong? Or what I can check to prevent this? (Thank you in advance for your help. It's driving me crazy!)

On the attached .Pdf, column headers should appear in the left hand column on each line under Sensing Input, Power Input, Voltage. But they don't.

Ron

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Table headers go missing when I compile a .PDF

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Hi,

If you have MS office word 2010, You can simply put the page setup to 2 columns per page and then copy paste your tables and diagrams on it with the header and everything you require. Then save it as a PDF. It would publish your document as PDF.

Alternatively, You can download a newer version of adobe reader, i.e. Adobe X which might solve your problems since adobe x have better graphics and online coverage and it did not mess up my tables. It is more better if you make your document in word 2010 and then publish it on adobe x. Hope you would get this one working.

Regards,

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