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Topic: Text made with Type 1 fonts do not appear in PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 162551
From: Bob_C
Date: 9/27/2007 08:58 AM

When I print to a Postscript file via an AdobePS printer driver for making a PDF file via Distiller, any text that was made with a Type 1 font does not appear in the document, and after two days of trying to discover why, I am out of ideas.

The font files are there (both files for each font, in \Windows\Fonts), access permissions are good for the files and the registry key that lists the Type 1 fonts, and I have reinstalled the fonts and the printer driver. All of these attempts at correcting the problem have failed.

Does this problem sound familiar to anyone? Do you have a solution?

Thanks.

Bob


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