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Old 12-07-2006, 09:32 AM   #1
bmann
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Default CE fonts in Acrobat PDF bookmarks

I have a document in FrameMaker 7.2 (Windows) that is in Czech. Czech uses CE fonts. When I save as PDF the bookmarks do not use a font that contains the characters of a CE font and therefore a lot of the characters are incorrect. The document is almost 500 pages and there are three levels of bookmarks so manually adjusting them is pretty much not going to happen.

The only solution I've found thus far is a $200 plugin for Frame that adds functionality to PDF generating. Seems like a hefty price just so FrameMaker and Acrobat can do what they're supposed to do.

Is there a fix to this or something else I should try?

Ben

I'm using the most updated version of 7.2p158

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