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Topic: Distiller Profiler (CannotEmbedFontPolicy)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 108158
From: achan
Date: 3/23/2004 09:47 PM


We are currently encountering a difficulty in with Acrobat Distiller 5 and 6 on Mac platform. We have set a profile to cancel job if the font cannot be embedded. But even with this settings, Distiller still carries on generating a pdf! We manage to re-produce this by doing the

-dragging an eps file and dropping to the Distiller main window
-sending an apple event to Distiller by specifying the right profile.

Is there any thing wrong with them. What settings do we need to use in
order to make sure that Distiller will not generate a pdf file if the
font cannot be embedded?
I would very much appreciate if you could put us in the right direction as once again this is key for us.

Thanks in advance,

Andrew Chan

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