I don't know why, but some of the equations in my Word 2007 document just won't print. They are left blank in the actual print, despite being correctly shown in the Print Preview.
The same happens if I try to convert the document to a PDF file using the virtual Adobe Acrobat printer.
In both cases missing equations happen to be on pages where some picture has been inserted (which displays fine, by the way).
Trying to export to PDF using the built-in converter gives even worse results - all equations are missing.
Do you have some clues what could be causing such issues?
As requested here are some sample files. I've stripped all non-essential text, but it should be sufficient:
- .docx with missing equations (generated in Word 2007)
- .pdf version of the same document (generated using the virtual printer - Adobe Acrobat Distiller)
- .pdf version of the same document (generated using built-in "save as PDF" functionality)
- .pdf version of the same document (generated using built-in "save as PDF" functionality on another system - all equations visible)
- .docx with chart removed (equations print fine)
The thing is - I suspect it's some kind of a font issue. I was forced to find a workaround as the matter was rather urgent. Fortunately, the document printed correctly when opened on another computer. But the math font looked differently after printing to PDF (though good enough to be acceptable).
What I can't understand is why removing graphics (Excel charts, pictures etc.) from the page solves the issue in the original faulty environment.