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Topic: Special Characters
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 150967
From: pbrock
Date: 6/14/2006 11:50 PM

I am a novice .pdf guy. Here is my problem. We were tasked with creating a .pdf that could be translated into different languages. I created a .pdf with fields. I exported the data into a .xml and sent it off to the company.

They have a piece of software that translates English to French, German, etc. I was sent back a .xml and a .dtd file. The .xml file contains special characters that are referenced to the .dtd. When I open the .xml, I can see the special characters just fine. However when I import the .xml into acrobat, the characters are left out.

Is there an easy fix to my problem(keeping in mind I am NO programmer)?

Thanks for your help.


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