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Topic: Re: Can't Imbed Type 1 Font - Press REJECTED ! (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 154548
From: LeonardR
Date: 9/25/2006 09:17 PM

At 3:29 PM +1000 9/24/06, p-pdf-whats-wrong-with-my-pdf Listmanager wrote:
>Hello. My printers won't accept my PDF because it contains a True
>Type Font. (any idea why??)

Yes, because your printers are a bunch of clueless
individuals living in the past...

In the stone age of PDF & printing (early 1990s!), there were
issues with TrueType fonts. They were addressed with Acrobat 2 and
Postscript 2 - back around 1995 or so.

So if your printer doesn't allow TrueType, they are probably
still using the same equipment they had back then.

I would RUN (not walk!) to find a new printer!!!!


>So I bought a license for the Type 1 Font (Mistral). None of the
>PDF editors I have (acrobat pro 7, pdf editor, Nitro etc) show the
>newly installed Type 1 Font in the list that appears when I choose
>to imbed a new font.

You can't just replace the TTF version with the T1 version.
You will need to go back to the original authoring environment and
remake the PDF.


Leonard
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