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Topic: Embed PFM Font
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 76584
From: dennis_myren
Date: 11/16/2002 09:42 AM

Hi.
Glad if you could help me out.
I am in a bit of a hurry, my boss threats me with rewriting my application,
if i dont sollow this problem in the upcoming days.

I need to programmatically embed a PFM font in an existing PDF file.
So, i need to reed all its properties
(such as bbox and char widths),
and place it correctly inside this file, so that this font can be used
in this document.

Is there a shortcut to achieve this
(examples, third party components, anything) out there that you know
about ?
Or perhaps, you know how to solve it?

I am very thankful to all answers that i get.


Regards

Dennis


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