Thank you for your post.
I am unable to replicate the issue under Windows XP (SP3) and Windows 7. Here are the steps I took:
1. I created a new database file with one text field named "TEXT".
2. The font was set for Arial 12 point, displaying 10 lines, with sliding up and reduce the size of enclosing part.
3. I entered text so it would exceed one line by one word.
4. In Preview Mode, it looks fine.
5. I printed to paper and to PDF, and both appear the same as Preview.
Let me know what I'm doing differently than you so I can replicate the issue.
In my case the text for the field was: lesione di cuffia spalla Dx E LASSITA CAPSULARE E DEGENERAZ LABBRO ANT
Font: Georgia 10pt
width of the text field: 370 pt
heightof the text field: 470 pt
In any case, I would like to make it clear that I'm not joking. You can see from the picture I have uploaded that the problem it is real. Moreover, before to make the post, I check the problem with more than 1 Pc and possibly with a different OS (in this case Windows 7 and Vista). May be, as I have already said in other answers, the problem arises only with the Italian version of Windows.
Would you like to have a Skype chat with me, in which I will present to you, real time, what happen. So you will have the proof of what I saying. Are you available to do that? My nick is gcatnine.
Thank you for the additional information.
None of the Windows machines I have access to (XP, Vista, and 7) have Georgia font installed. However, I tested this with Arial, Cournie New, Thoma, and Times New Roman 10 point font with the same width and height of the fields (370 x 470).
I apologize if you felt I didn't believe you. I'm only trying to replicate the issue so I can report it. Therefore, it would probably be best if you send in the file so I can give it to our Testing department to look at more closely. Check your Inbox at the top of this page for instructions where to send the file.