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Topic: Using embedded fonts in form fields (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 81122
From: vn
Date: 2/10/2003 06:31 PM

Sorry for crossposting - still got no answer from other forum :(
I would be very appreciative for any smallest hint, except for
suggestion to master entire PS reference or PDF reference :-).

Where I have to look for pdfmark commands which could enable
using of fonts, embedded in pdf document? (user does not have
publisher's fonts, besides I need Eastern European characters
in fields).
I know how to create form fields with Acrobat internal fonts
(using /BaseFont /Courier or directly: /DA (/Cour 12 Tf 0 g) ).
It's clear described in Thomas Merz's Pdfmark primer and
Pdfmark reference.
I know there is another possibility - Acrobat CE internal fonts:
MyriadPro, MinionPro. I don't realize how to handle open type
fonts. Maybe there is somebody, who has successfully referenced
it in pdfmark?

Vaidotas Narusis
"Paciolis" publishing house

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