I am currently using Adobe Reader version 9.1.3. When I open certain files, it displays the following message, "Cannot extract the embeded font 'KDGXKF+TTF5BC9A0t00'.Some characters may not display or print correctly". Some fonts are actually missing and will not display when printing. I have tried updating adobe but the problem still persists. Under file properites, the following font TTF5BC9A0t00 is recognised by Adobe as true type and custom encoding. Anyone has any suggestions for fix??
Under file properites, the following font TTF5BC9A0t00 is recognised by Adobe as true type and custom encoding. Anyone has any suggestions for fix??
BUT, does it say "embedded" or "embedded subset" next to the font name. If not, the font isn't included in the file and if you don't have it, it can't display or print it.
The file creator will need to embed the fonts properly although "some" fonts don't allow embedding. This could be one of them.
The font should read KDGXKF+TTFF5BC9A0t00 and not as quoted in the original question. And yes it does have "embeded subset" next to the font name. I guess from what you are saying that the conversion program that I used to convert the file from *.xps to *.pdf is not equipped with this font name??Correct??I will not try and use another conversion software and see if the problem persists. Will keep everyone posted!