Have you any idea for the system fonts and the document fonts?

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Hi guys,

Have you any idea for the system fonts and the document fonts?

My Adobe PDF has encountered a problem like this.

I tried to solve it but no result.

Please guide me to solve the problem.

When you create a Post Script file you must rely on system fonts and use document fonts.

Adobe PDF

When you create a Post Script file you must rely on system fonts and

use document fonts.

Please go to the printer properties, "Adobe PDF setting" page

and turn OFF the option "Rely on system fonts; do not use

document fonts."

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Have you any idea for the system fonts and the document fonts?

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Some of your documents font rely on your system fonts that does not exist in your system.

You need to download additional fonts that your document font is using to resolve this issue or you can turn off the option so that your document font is not relying to your system fonts.

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Have you any idea for the system fonts and the document fonts?

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Daniel,

If you are on Windows 7, this procedure might resolve the issue:

1. From the Start button do the following: Click Start and select Devices and Printers.

2. Right click on the AdobePDF icon and select Printing Preferences. Make sure to deselect "Rely on system fonts only; do not use document fonts".  Then click OK.

3. Back in the AdobePDF icon again, right click and select Printer Properties. Select the Advanced tab and click Printing Defaults.

4. Under the AdobePDFSettings tab, make sure to deselect "Rely on system fonts only; do not use document fonts". Then OK.

5. When exiting the menu, click OK on the AdobePDFProperties.

This should work.

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