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Topic: Lotus Wordpro PDF Time News Roman problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 126671
From: jasonbrian007
Date: 1/30/2005 01:53 AM

I've got a 300page Lotus Wordpro document to pdf. I've opened it all up in Windows 98 and am using the print/acrobat distiller option to pdf the pages. The document uses times new roman all throughout and looks fine when I open it up. However when I go to print/acrobat distiller it changes all the type so that all the paragraphs are wrong. I can only presumme that Acrobat is not reading the same Times New Roman as Lotus is. The version of Times New Roman in my Windows font folder is Truetype. As a beginner can any body give me some help on this one.

kind regards

Jason


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