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Topic: Image Type 3 font error
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54208
From: twibbler
Date: 5/29/2002 05:04 PM

Hi All

Here is a new one well for me anyway.

I have created a PDF file (thanks aandi)

which has an XObject and an external JPG image defined.
This works great no problems.

Now what I am trying to do is create a XObject with the JPG image as a stream.

I open the file - read it in and then output it into the PDF File stream defining the Length.

All the xref appear correct and the PDF file opens without an error.

When I go to the page with the image on I get a correctly sized grey box and the following error

Image in Form Type 3 font or pattern is to big.

Attached PDF if needed.

I was wondering if anybody has any ideas.

thank you.

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