I have see this posted a few times but I have not seen a definitive solution.
I am using CR 2010 with VS 2010 on Win7.
I have created a report and it took a while to get the format just right.
When I export it to a PDF file, the report really gets messed up.
1) The font sizes are reduced.
2) The alignment of text fields shifts around.
Even when I use CR 2010 by itself, using the export to PDF feature, the problem exists.
I have seen posted stating to go into the registry and add ForceLargerFonts and put it in the Machine and User sections.
Set its value to 1, blah, blah, blah......
Also, I have seen some posts about overlapping fields and again this is not the case.
Finally, I have seen suggestions as to set the report option to No printer.
I have tried all of these suggestions and it does not work, nor should it be this hard to get this to work properly.
In fact, it should be added as a feature in the report option section with a checkbox.
This problem has been going on since version 7 and it is hard to believe that it still is an issue.
As a work around, I print the file to BullZip and save it as a PDF.
I can automate this in code as well.
Alot of effort to do something that should be very simple.
I would like a real definitive answer.