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Vertical alignment problem when exporting to PDF using Crystal Report

Hi Everyone,

I use Crystal Reports developer version for Visual Studio. I'm currently encountering an issue where a PDF export in production looks different from the same export done in development. Specifically, it seems to be affecting text objects whose vertical alignment was set to either Centered (crVerCentrAlign) or Bottom (crBottomAlign) during design. In the production version, these texts appear as if their alignment had been reset back to Top (so they appear higher up than they should). Does anyone know what might be causing this problem?

Thank you in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2018 at 05:48 PM

    SP 23 fixed a few of those issues that SP 22 introduced, you can get it from here:

    Otherwise check the registry keys for exporting to PDF, you may have at one time created them on your PC, they need to be added to the other PC's.


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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2018 at 02:06 PM

    What service pack of the SDK are you using in Visual Studio? What service pack of the runtime is in your Dev and Prod environments? The SP number must match between all three before we can look at the issue (if it still exists...)


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