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Topic: Re: Fonts in Form Fields
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 57139
From: Deleted User
Date: 5/29/2002 05:23 PM


>
>Upgrade to Acrobat 5. (And note that if you use any different font,
>EVERY single user of your form must be told to upgrade too: it will
>give an error otherwise).
>

There is another option which will allow the use of any Type 1 font
in an Acrobat form field, with an Acrobat 3 or Acrobat 4 client; that
is to use FDFMerge with Form Flattening.

More information on FDFMerge can be found on our web site at
http://www.appligent.com.

Regards,
--

Mark Gavin
Chief Technology Officer
Appligent, Inc. (formerly Digital Applications, Inc.)
60 South Lansdowne Avenue
Lansdowne, PA 19050
(610) 284-4006
http://www.appligent.com

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