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Topic: Re: Odd problem opening PDF with AcroPro6 (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 102162
From: isaacs
Date: 12/11/2003 09:25 AM

At 12/10/2003 02:12 PM, p-pdf-acrobat6 Listmanager wrote:
>From: "Bob"
>On 12/5/2003 6:34:23 AM, isaacs wrote:
>> Again, if you really are serious about "display and print
>> everywhere and anywhere" with PDF, you really need to
>> embed all fonts in your documents, no "ifs", "ands", or
>> "buts" about it!
>This is an admirable goal that is not feasible with
>Acrobat 6.0. Consider the following:
>In Acrobat forms, how does one embed the standard 14
>fonts? Today, I have to make sure that forms do not use
>the standard 14 fonts, in order to embed all fonts.
>Now that text fields can have Rich Text Format, users can
>change the fonts to any font on their local machine. When
>the FDF data is uploaded to a server and merged with the
>original PDF form, how do those local fonts get embedded
>in the original PDF?
>Enquiring minds want to know...

As of Acrobat 4, there were no "standard 14" fonts.

- Dov

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