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Printing a note now creates bigger/more spaced out fonts = more pages

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Hi, not sure what happened but I just noticed that printing notes now is creating much bigger PDFs for me. Changing fonts doesn't help. I am on latest public 5.9.1.8742

 

I'm on Windows 10. Printing notes to PDF or to printer create larger fonts/more line spacing.  I just compared a note that I printed on 6/26 which was 20 pages, and now it's 28 pages. I changed nothing about this note. Something is screwed up with how Evernote is printing notes in WIndows. Maybe it's specific to Windows 10. Even if I reduce the font, it is still off and creates more pages unnecessarily. This is hugely annoying for me because I use Evernote to type out outlines for school and then print them to paper. 

 

Printed on 6/26 (20 pages, Tahoma 13) https://www.dropbox.com/s/2vm1qtu1dbczhou/hehi3.pdf?dl=0

 

Printed on 10/4 (28 pages, Tahoma 13) https://www.dropbox.com/s/xeejtlnyjxxtmfx/font1.pdf?dl=0

 

Same note but Tahoma 10, 26 pages https://www.dropbox.com/s/on3ljbydj8zh20k/font2.pdf?dl=0

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Yes the issue is definitely related to Windows 10. I found an old laptop with Windows 7 on it and installed latest Evernote. There is a big difference when I print from win7 than from win 10. I setup the margins exactly the same (0.33 and 0.25). I did not alter the note at all. 

 

Win7 (22 pages) https://www.dropbox.com/s/vwpas0me7t2bnhs/win7.pdf?dl=0

 

Win 10 (30 pages)  https://www.dropbox.com/s/rfiq25t0ylfd3og/win10.pdf?dl=0

 

I did notice one difference. On win7, the font shows as Tahoma 10. On Win10, it shows as Tahoma 13. I tried changing it to 10 and printing but it made ilttle actual difference https://www.dropbox.com/s/00ddqksix1zp2fz/win10%20tahoma10.pdf?dl=0

 

Clearly this is a bug right?

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I'm on Win7 and noticed the same larger font at print issue on 5.8 or 5.9. I just switched to 6.06 and it's even worse. The smallest font size (8pt) prints like it's 16pt.

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