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In LibreOffice, if I open a document containing Helvetica font and export to PDF, the 
Helvetica font has horrible kerning--almost all spaces between words are removed, making the PDF 
very difficult to read. If I open the same document in LibreOffice 3.4.5, it exports to PDF just 
fine--spaces between words are easy to identify making the quote easy to read. 

Is this a known issue with LibreOffice 4? Is there a simple fix? 

I'm attaching a sample doc which contains Helvetica font and the resulting PDF. 

Best regards, 
Patrick Frost 

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