I've found a couple of other topics on the boards relating to this, but it looks like they might be for different versions of Robohelp.
Thanks to Peter's great help on my PDF build issue I am on a roll. One more question ... it appears that the online docs generate fine as far as styles go. I'm using different master pages for online and print (different headers and footers). I attached the same style sheet to the master pages.
The online docs use the style sheet as intended, but the PDF does not (it's like the styles don't exist). I've seen other posts that indicate that online and print need to use different style sheets.
What do I need to add to the online style sheet to get the PDF Output to recognize that it will be used for print output?
I still have your project. Which output and which master page is this happening in?
The Ref_PDF master page, and the Bondware Manuals.css style sheet are the ones I have been using for PDF generation.
I believe I found the cause to this. My main style sheet was using a non-standard font intstead of Web-safe fonts. Once I changed the body to use standard Web fonts, both the Web and the PDF generated with the same fonts.
If you want to use other fonts see https://www.grainge.org/pages/authoring/fonts/fonts.htm