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    Question Reporting Services 2005 Formatting issue

    Hi

    I am using Reporting Services 2005. I have deployed my reports on mutiple servers. It works fine. But on a specific server, when I deployed my reports, its formatting disturbed for a specific font. Wherever I have used Font:

    Name: "Arial Narrow"

    Size: 8pt

    Style: Normal

    Weight: Bold

    Decoration: None

    its size changed and disturbed the whole formatting. It is something related to server settings, but I dont know where to change the formatting to solve the issue. I have tried to change the system display resolution, but it didn't worked. I cant re install server as it is client's machine. It has "Microsoft Windows 2003 Server" installed on it. Please help me to solve the problem.

    Looking for a quick response.

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    Is the Arial Narrow font installed on the server?
    Phil Weber
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    Re: Reporting Service Formatting Issue

    Yes it is installed there.

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