What you are both reporting is the result of different rendering engines. When you view something onscreen, you are viewing your operating system and web browser’s interpretation of HTML code. When you create a PDF within Manager, you are using its PDF generator, which is tailored to handle multiple languages and the expected outputs of the programming about 80 languages, including different character sets. Fonts are changed to accommodate those needs. When you use the Print function from Manager and select a “print-to-PDF” option, you are using your operating system’s PDF generator to convert the HTML code to a PDF. Different operating systems and browsers can produce different results. Manager is not a what-you-see-is-what-you-get program. (This has been explained many, many times in the forum.)
Just as you get different results when you print many web pages, you get different results when you print Manager. And those differences are operating-system and browser dependent. Typical WYSIWYG applications are dedicated for a single operating system. Manager runs across multiple systems and faces different challenges.
@KeoN001, your custom field is set up for small paragraph size. I don’t think it will make any difference, you you could try changing the field size and see if that helps. Your basic problem, however, is that you simply have so much content in that field the the PDF generator cannot fit it all on the page. And the generator will not break a custom field across a page boundary. I suspect it faces a dilemma: after inserting the header information (as it does for multi-page PDFs) it does not have room for the entire field. So it includes what fits on the page and crops the rest. Your problem is made worse by having so much information in the business details section.
I return to my original suggestion of a separate terms and conditions document. Manager is an accounting program, not a word processing application.