Portable Document Format Reference Manual Version 1.1
Makeing pdfs with Gostscript
Different browsers print the same pdf in different ways. Chrome will strip any readable text out of the print job, creating the letters by /drawing/ them rather than using fonts and characters. IE 11 uses fonts, but mungs the text, so that an "A" that looks like an A becomes a "" but that still looks like an A. FireFox appears to just use the original text and font. +
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