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Topic: Multiple lines in FreeText annotations
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 83107
From: lrowland
Date: 3/19/2003 04:31 PM

All

I am trying to use multiple lines in a FreeText annotation created through Distiller 5.0 using the postscript:

[
/Rect [250 700 500 770]
/Border [0 0 0]
/DA (/HeBo 10 Tf)
/Contents (This is line 1 of text\nThis is line 2\n\nLast line was blank and so this is line 4)
/Subtype /FreeText
/ANN pdfmark

When I use the resulting PDF in Acrobat 5.0 all is OK but when viewing the PDF in Acrobat Reader 5.1, all of the lines have been concatinated together. Any ideas how to get around this?

Thanks
Leigh


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