I am experiencing a very frustrating problem and I can't find a solution to it.
I am working on a PDF containing excel table with editable forms. I've exported empty cells from excel and use Adobe Acrobat to generate empty editable forms - then I filled this forms with the data from the excel file. It contains about 11 pages of tables - quite a lot of data.
I am working on windows and I arranged everything as I want. The problem comes when I open this file on MAC - there are some differences which break the appearance of the PDF.
One of the issues is that on the forms with multiline text - the spacing between the lines on MAC is too small - and the lines almost overlaps each other - this is extremely annoying and it is very difficult to read.
I am banging my head with this issue a lot of time - but I am stuck now , I couldn't fine any working solution.
Has anyone here faced to this problem ?
I would like to know if there is a way to fix this issue ?
Any suggestions are welcomed.
Are all fonts embedded? Check File>Properties>Fonts. Should say "embedded" or "embedded subset" next to the font names.
If not, you're probably experiencing font substitution on one or both machines.
Yes the fonts are embedded - but I was wondering how can I "embedd" or "unembedd" the fonts in the file ?
Is it possible to remove already embedded fonts - or to add one if it is not existing in the document ?
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