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In most of the Japanese website, I cannot open their pdf file sucessfully.  Usually I will see some
error message saying that the "encoding error" or the "?? font (CMap) is not found"   I guess some of
the asian font is not available in my Acrobat Reader.
for example:  http://www.jasdaq.co.jp/images/06_01.pdf

What I am using is the Acrobat Reader 4.0 english version for window.
Do any one know how to solve this font problem?
Thanks a lot
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This may help

http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/1c1b6.htm.

Please advise and post a message here if it works for you, as it appears as if there are embedded fonts. I received an error message "Unable to find or create the font 'GothicBBB-Medium-Identity-H'"

http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/12f6e.htm





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by:queeniewu
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Thank you very much
Let me try the Asian font pack. I will tell you once I settle the problem.
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by:queeniewu
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After adding the Asian font pack for Japanese, the pdf file can be view normally.  Thanks
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You're welcome. I'm glad it helped.
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