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Topic: Direct input of Chinese into fields - only get '?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 153020
From: bobbyjoe
Date: 8/4/2006 09:59 PM

Hello,

I am using Acrobat 7.08 to turn a paper form into a electronic form by adding fields onto a scanned image of the form.

Filling the form with english is fine.
Filling the form with chinese by copying chinese from a word doc or webpage is fine.
Filling the form with chinese using a tablet (PenPower Jr.) I only get "?".
Using the tablet to enter characters into word and then copying the characters from word to the pdf works ?!?

I've tried changing the field font to:
Ariel (Unicode)
MingLiu Std
SimSun
Times Roman

The words I type look different, but regardless of which font I choose, I still see the results described above.

Any help/insight would be much appreciated. Please let me know if I'm not providing sufficient detail.

Many Thanks in Advance.


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