LabVIEW Core 2 Course Manual.pdf
LabVIEW Core 2 Course Manual.pdf
I don’t have much experience with xport and even less with PDFs, so all I have to base this answer on is the very limited information from your post.
I do not believe your problem comes down to reading a PDF. You have provided no information as to why you believe that, nor what the actual problem is.
There are a few issues that you should consider:
The documentation that has been posted thus far seems to suggest that the problem could be caused by printing too large of a PDF, meaning that the PDF is not properly rendered. If this is the case, then you could try decreasing the PDF size, or perhaps even try to print the PDF on a computer that is attached to a network share (as opposed to locally).
The PDF document may be using compression. The reading program (e.g. PDF Reader) can decompress the PDF, so you could decompress the document before attempting to print it. For example, if you have Acrobat Reader, then you could use the “decompress pages” feature under the “Preferences” menu. If the PDF is compressed with gzip, then you can specify -dcop to gzip when decompressing. For example:
$ gzip -dcop test.pdf
Then attempt to print the PDF again.
You may have another PDF that is using similar compression, and attempting to print it may cause the problem. You can use pdfinfo to determine whether any other PDF’s are using compression:
If this PDF is using compression, then you may be able to get help from the PDF developer. Try emailing them or posting a question on their site.
Hope this helps!
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Political risk refers to the possibility or certainty that political policies, interests, or entities will be disadvantaged or negatively affected by political, economic, social or security events or development.
This is a list of important political risk themes published in 2011 and subsequent years by organizations such as the Bank for International Settlements, the Committee on the Global Financial System, the Peterson Institute for International Economics, the International Crisis Group, the UN International Strategy Papers (INSPIRE), and the World Economic Forum.
Economic and financial developments
Following are some of the most pertinent risks related to economic and financial developments.
Risk of debt downgrade
In February 2011, Standard & Poor’s downgraded (a) the credit ratings of individual sovereign nations, such as Greece, Ireland, Portugal, and (b) the credit rating of entire countries, such as the United States and France. The resulting political repercussions were widespread, resulting in debates on the viability of the euro and creating political calls for government intervention.
Many large banks such as Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland faced losses on their US subprime-related investments. The United Kingdom nationalized RBS. The development of banking crises (such as the crisis that followed the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in September 2008) prompted a great deal of debate about the safety of the banks. Bank of England Governor Mervyn King said that the United Kingdom had “some way to go to be out of this situation”.
Though the financial crisis did not immediately result in a complete shutdown of the world’s financial system, it did cause great economic hardship. Many governments and international financial institutions attempted to stymie its progression by implementing a combination of interventions, including support for domestic economies and the temporary rescue of financial markets and institutions.
Risk of war
There are several main risks associated with war. The general public has been affected directly by war. Economic dislocation, famine, terrorism, and displacement are some of the many effects of war.
Following are some of the most relevant risks related to political risk.
War of two states
Economic instability in the Middle East, especially Syria, has led