2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 3, 2018 11:29 AM by Karl Heinz Kremer

    Install Free Font on Adobe Pro

    jlefc

      I am trying to install a free font nunito on Adobe Pro. I have downloaded it to my computer, and it shows in the list of fonts available in the Adobe Pro list. however, when I try and use it, I get a message "the original avenir font is not avaiale Adobe is using the Nunito font instead". but when i type - it looks like dots. Please help asap

        • 1. Re: Install Free Font on Adobe Pro
          Akki_24 Adobe Employee

          Hi Jlefc,

           

          we apologize for the delay in response to your query.

          If you are still experiencing this problem, then we request you to help us with further information -

          1- What is the exact version of Adobe Acrobat Pro you are working on?

          2- Have you tried installing the Acrobat's font pack from-  Adobe - Adobe Reader : For Windows : Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Font Pack (Continuous)

          3- Still no luck, then please share the file with us so that we would test the same at our end to see whether we are experiencing the same problem or not?

          "You can share the file with us via email. And you can send it to the email that is shared via private message. Please do mention your forum thread in the subject"

          If you have already found the solution for this problem, then please help us with your findings.

           

          Regards,

          Akanchha

          • 2. Re: Install Free Font on Adobe Pro
            Karl Heinz Kremer Adobe Community Professional

            Does the same thing happen when you select to add new text using this font (vs. editing existing text)? Based on the screen shot, it looks like you are using Acrobat XI. Right under the "Edit text & Images" tool is the "Add Text" tool. Select that, then change your font selection and then click anywhere in your PDF file and start to type new text. Does it show up correctly? If it does, then there is very likely a mismatch between the encoding used for the text in your document and the encoding used in the new font. Can you edit the original text using a different font?