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Topic: How can I know the name of Acrobat's substitute font?, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 157672
From: adifrank
Date: 1/22/2007 09:48 PM

Is it possible to know which font is used by Adobe Acrobat as a substitute for font included in the PDF document which is not installed on my system?

> I am running Windows XP
> Adobe Acrobat 7
> The specific font which was used in the document and substituted for is called 'skia'.

The substitute font is very similar to skia, but with minor differences and I'm curious to know what the name of the substitute font is.

[ I'm gonna try and attach a .jpg of what the substitute font looks like. This is my first time posting on this forum, so I'm not sure attaching the .jpg will work... ]

thx

Click to open!subfont.jpg
sample of substitue font used by Acrobat (42,422 bytes)


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