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Error 114 with Acrobat Reader

Hi!

I designed a business card in Photoshop and saved/exported it to an .pdf file with option "include fonts".

When I open the pdf in Acrobat Reader 6 I do get the error msg " An error occured while openeing the document (114) ".

I do have some small fonts there (2mm) and they're not shown. The same font is used at another place, but bigger and it is shown there.

Does anybody know what the error msg means and what I've done wrong? How do I work with small fonts in pdf's?


Greetings,
su-n
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modulo

8/22/2022 - Mon
mrwebdev

See linked document for detailed information that may be helpful!
http://www.planetpdf.com/creative/article.asp?ContentID=6503

Good Luck, Hope this helps!

shamstar

Do you get this error with any PDF file you create from Photoshop?  Try making just a blank image and then converting it to PDF and checking to see if that works.  Aldo what format were you original images in? I have known of times when using a PNG image in the conversion process to PDF can give errors, if thats the case then convert the image to another format in Ps and then try making the PDF again.
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su-n

Hmm, strange. I had a character from the front (Book Antiqua) within the text, which caused the error.
( Code 0387 or Atlt+C ) It's a small dot in the middle of the text-field.
I removed this sign and everythings fine.


Thanks anyway!

Greetings,

su-n
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