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Topic: How to add Chinese characters to my PDF document?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 69402
From: ben_m_gunn
Date: 7/26/2002 07:50 PM

Hi All

I'm trying to create a PDF that contains Chinese characters. I currently have the english version of Acrobat installed on a chinese version of windows. If I try to enter chinese characters into the document I just get strange ascii characters appearing.

Does anyone know how I can create a document using Chinese characters? Is it got something to do with the embedded fonts? Do I need to download some additional software?

Just to clarify things, I will just stress that I want to be able to create documents using Chinese text (this is not a problem with reading PDF documents containing Chinese characters).

Kind regards, Ben

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