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Old 02-22-2010, 07:41 AM   #2
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Hi, nice to see you!

Others should be able to advise you on Corel Draw, but I can say that fonts with .std or .pro suffixes are most likely OpenType fonts. That may give you a clue.

It appears that CD X3 is fairly recent, and shipped with some OT fonts, so it doesn’t appear to be an obvious format conflict. (OpenType emerged in the very early 2000s and became an ISO standard in 2005.)

Adobe produced fonts with the .pro and .std extensions fairly early in OT development. If you have some of the early ones that were bundled with Adobe products, those formats may have changed in some subtle way that is confusing CD.

Someone else may actually know; I am just guessing.

   
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