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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 105780
From: jagdeep78
Date: 2/11/2004 04:47 AM

I have downloaded some pdf applications and have been desperately trying to somehow type them in the computer itself. I tried filling them in Adobe Acrobat but their layout got messed up. Then I tried opening them in Adobe Illustrator and typing out the required information in them there. Though I found this to be possible, I faced some difficulties. Whenever I try opening a pdf file in illustrator it gave this message:

The document "c:\...." contains pdf objects that have been reinterpreted.
Missing type 1 fonts have been substituted with the default font.
Fonts with foreign encodings have been reencoded.

Due to this my fonts change after opening in illustrator, which is totally unacceptable for me. Is there any solution for this? Also is there any other way I can computer fill the pdf forms that I download.
(I use Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional, Adobe Illustrator 10 and Adobe type manager deluxe 4.1 on my PC and have lots of fonts)

Thank you

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