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Topic: 3of9barcode font not displaying in PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 51118
From: Marty07458
Date: 5/29/2002 04:43 PM

I'm doing something that I thought was pretty basic. I'm printing a document that contains text that is of the 3of9barcode font variety from Word 95 to Acrobat PDFWriter printer (Acrobat 4.05 installed). Well .. the bar code font does not show up in the resulting PDF (just appears as white-space in the PDF). When I look a the font info for the resulting PDF, the 3of9barcode font is there. The only things I see different from the other fonts in the document is that the type for 3of9 is TrueType and the used font is
"Embedded Subset". Does that have something to do with it?

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