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Default V V V Urgent::Crystal report format issue

We have 2 Crystal Server installations (Crystal server 9) and the Crystal Reports output from the same RPT file is different in these 2 environments. In the first environment(OS:Windows Server 2003), report is displayed in the right format. But in the second environment(OS:Windows 2000) ,report is distorted and singnature lines are displayed in two lines. We have verified that all the Crystal Server settings are identical in both the environments. If you have any idea about what is possibly causing this, any help will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.



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