Form PDF email output issue

I developed a from in smart form to send it as PDF attachment in email. It worked fine but I have a issue.
When I send PDF it send in the way the the layout was designed but if some user sends it the fields are printed zigzag. Alignment is getting messed up. I have page layout defined in the smartfom.  I am not printing the form so no printer is involved in development.
How to handle the issue?
Thanks,
AP

Any Suggestions please.
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