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Topic: Font issues with PDF placed in InDesign, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 147917
From: pscheff
Date: 3/22/2006 10:45 AM

I have 30 pages of a PDF that I've placed in InDesign CS2 (Mac OS
10.3.9). When I export the InDesign doc to PDF, fonts are either missing
or have serious kerning issues in the "placed" PDF portion, though only
on some pages. I checked the source PDF and all fonts are embedded

I've tried not subsetting fonts when exporting from InDesign, I've tried
printing to PostScript and Distilling manually, but still get the same result.
I've tried viewing in Acrobat 5 and 7 on both Mac and PC with the same
results, though sometimes the issue disappears when I close and open
the document.

Other than converting all 30 pages to TIFFs, are there any other fixes or

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