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Old 05-12-2005, 12:03 PM   #1
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Default Word vs Acrobat guru needed!!

Over on INETPUB, a member is having a hard time dealing with fonts in Word files when he creates a PDF. He describes the problem in a thread entitled “Adobe Acrobat and newsletters,” which includes three enclosures to show the three different (and unacceptable) results of creating the PDF with Distiller, PDFWriter 3.0, and PDF995.

He works on Windows 98SE with Word 97; he doesn’t say which version of Distiller, but I suspect it isn’t too recent.

The problems all relate to the way the Broadway BT font shows up (or doesn’t show up) in the PDF.

Could someone come over there and help this guy? Or alternatively, give me some guidance, as I am over my head (and on the wrong platform) for this one.


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