The heading says it all really. I have 10 columns of data on a sub summary report and I have ensure that my fields are:
Top aligned with each other
Top aligned per field
Clear of top and bottom padding
When I print, there are occasions when the outputs to paper make the one column's data appear a tiny bit (a paper equivalent of a pixel if you will) higher than the column next to it. The following column is low, the next column is high.
This looks completely unprofessional. It even happens if I script to PDF and print from there.
All the values have thousand separators in the figures which really gives it away. On screen, the comma does not touch an underline I have beneath the figures, but when printed, it in some cases does touch the underline.
Anybody ever seen this before?
Thanks in advance