Document not printing as expected!

Have you ever received (or sent) a document that when printed just doesn’t resemble what you typed? You send a document or form to a client (or receive one), click print and you end up with something that looks like it was typed on a mid century typewriter using a font that your parents called Times Roman. So why does this happen?  If you, or the recipient of the document has an old printer or a printer that isn’t compatible with the more modern fonts you will get a document that is printed using the default settings of the printer on which it has been printed.  This will make the document look quite different because it has forced the font, the page margins and page length to change. Understanding why is one thing, stopping it from happening is quite another. If you are using a more recent version of Microsoft
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SEO Spam

A number of our clients have recently been contacted on the email (and phone) by SEO Experts with offers to increase organic search engine traffic, improve online campaigns, fix major issues with websites and with a promise to increase profit by guaranteeing a 1st page Google ranking. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, that’s because it is too good to be true.  But I know you secretly want someone to come along and take care of all things internet, as do the spammers – so you’re tempted!   The primary goal of these spammers is to get you to commit to a lengthy contract at a set fee each month for search engine optimisation services.  The fee is anything upwards of $300 a month.  Very lucrative if they can get you to sign up.  Because these people are usually located offshore it can be a very difficult situation to unravel.
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