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Topic: Acrobat doesn't extract the font from my pdf, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 141363
From: harosa_vlad
Date: 10/18/2005 09:32 PM

Can someone please tell me why Acrobat cannot extract the GAramond fonts that are embedded in the attached pdf?
I do not know where the font is wrong. The only easy visible problem is the withs table that is only 1000 numbers. I don't think that this can affect the error when opening in Acrobat.
If someone can help, I would like to point me exactly to the problem if he/she knows.

It is obvious that the problem comes from the way i embedd and specify the font, but where is that problem?

Any suggestion though is appreciated.
Thanks.

Click to open!font problem.pdf
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