Print issue in SSRS report

Hi ,
I have a report in production server. The client took a print out of the report which is accessible from report server URL. The issue pertaining for this report is, some of the letters in the report such as 'ti' and 'le' are missing when the client is taking
a copy of that report. I went through my report design and had downloaded in pdf and other format, i havent seen or observed any kind of issue from my side. I could observe the data is fine, but, I wonder and i couldn't able to trace what went wrong and how
the letters are missing when the print out of the report is being taken. I am thankful for your answers and valuable suggestions.
Thanks & Best Regards,
Ram.

Hi Ram17,
According to your description, your report missed some letters when printing. Right?
In this scenario, you find no issue if your download the pdf format report. It supposed be to no issue on Reporting Services side because the pdf rendering is the same rendering behavior as the print view. So please check the printer and the system
environment. It has reported some similar issues in Windows XP. Please refer to a KB article below:
Print jobs initiated in a Windows Server 2008 and Windows XP point and print environment may have missing characters
Reference:
Letters missing when printing
If you have any question, please feel free to ask.
Best Regards,
Simon Hou 

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