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Embedding fonts in Adobe 7 Pro

Posted on 2007-04-09
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Using Adobe 7.0 pro, i am trying to embed a font into the pdf, but i get the message "The font could not be embedded because the font stored on the page and the system font are encoded differently and the encodings could not be resolved."  This is a fresh install of XP and have uninstalled Adobe 7 pro and reinstalled it again and still got the message.  Any thoughts or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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Adobe 7 is full of bugs, and this font error is one of them.  Look on the Adobe website for an upgrade fix, this is one of the buggiest software they ever produced.  If you ran the earlier version, you don't get this message.  

Try embedding a font that does not have a name like the system font, or else, do not use the windows fonts, use a font that came with the Adobe package.  Or if that is what you are using, try using a system font -- remember, you are fighting a bug, so NO, it does NOT make sense.
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