While I edit text using the Edit Document Text tool (formerly TouchUp Text) the font style are getting changed, for example If i select the Uppercase style text using Document Text Tool after exit the selection and trying to save as the doucment some characters with in the text changed into lower case. In Acrobat 7 and 8 the TouchUp Text tool works fine. Please suggest a solution to get rid of this issue in 9 pro and X pro.
I have attached the screenshots for your reference, How I selected the text and what the problem was occur in the pdf files. Actually this is pdf file which is exported from InDesign as per customer provided export settings. if I change 100% of subset fonts in that export settings(See the screenshots below) I can get rid of the font issues in Acrobat 9 and X pro but I am not supposed do any changes in that settings.
If you want check/analyze the problematic pdf file I can send it as an attachement to your mail ID? if so please let me know your mail ID.
Please let me know if you need any other details or questions to be clarified regrading this.
Thanks for your support.
Yes of-course, The Edit Document Text tool does not have any styles but what my concern is, While i selecting (not editing) the uppercase style text in my pdf document using Edit Document Text tool (just to view the font name and font size as you shown in above screenshot) after I did this I save as my pdf file as soon as the text style has changed into to lowercase. The same action i am doing in Acrobat 7 and 8 everything is working fine(No changes are happened). Please let me know if you need more clarification on this. Please give a good suggestion to get rid of this font issue in Acrobat 9 pro and X pro.
If you're just selecting the text to view the font name, then I would try using the Content pane to do this instead. Open the Content navigation pane, in the small flyout menu select "Find content from selection". Next, select the text in your document and now it will be highlighted in the Content pane. In the Content pane, right-click to select Properties to view the font selection -- you can also change it here if necessary.
So, Using "Edit Document Text" tool in pdf document is also one of the key reason to creating font issues in pdf isn't it? This should be considered as a bug in Acrobat 9 pro and X pro, Fortunately in Acrobat 7 and 8 having no problem with TouchUp tool. However your help and support to take a conclusion on this issue is really outstanding. I hope you will continue giving your suggestion and support in future.
Thank much !!!
As you suggested, Although I am trying to use the content panel to view the text properties, Still I am getting the same issues(The uppercase style texts are changed into lowercase) in Acrobat 9 pro and X pro. I have fonts embedded in my pdf document and also the same fonts are installed in my machine but the problem only exists in Acrobat 9 pro and above versions. In the same machine I have checked with TouchUp in Acrobat 7 and 8 with the same document there are no issue. Please help me to come out.
I shall provide the problematic pdf documents to you can you please check/analyze and let me know why the error comes up whenever using the TouchUp tool. If so please let me the you mail ID so that I send the pdf documents as an attachment to you. Please give your suggestion and support.
But the pdf document does not have any issues in Acrobat 7 while using the TouchUp tool. How the problem comes in higher versions?
Can any one please look into this and give your suggesitons or solutions.
I do have the exact same probleme.
1) We have a pdf that was produce with Distiller 7 with embedded time-new roman (PFM font) (http://gazette.gc.ca/rp-pr/p1/2012/2012-11-19-x5/pdf/g1-146x5.pdf)
2) We used to be able to "touch up" this document in Acrobat 7 without any issue/error/font replacement...
3) Doing the same in Acrobat X will bring a pop-up complaining that the font is missing (http://gazette.gc.ca/X_Issue/during_save_after_touchUp_in_X.bmp)
Can somebody help ?
In the PDF and your bmp files, it shows Times Roman, not Times New-Roman. The file was likely produced on a MAC. Also, TNR are TrueType fonts and the fonts in your file are not. You need a machine with the same fonts used for the original PDF create to get the editting to work right. Otherwise it will attempt a font substitution.
In the PDF and your bmp files, it shows Times Roman : Exact, that's what we use.
The file was likely produced on a MAC : No, it was produced on that same machine, just before I update it to Acrobat X. Was on Acrobat 7 prior to that.
TNR are TrueType fonts and the fonts in your file are not: I know, I dont understand why TouchUp tool from Acrobat X want's to replace my font with TTF TNR...
Again, on the same machine, before I install Acrobat X, I was able to TouchUp with Acrobat 7 without any issue like that...
What should I do