1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 13, 2010 8:52 PM by $Nith$

    Hindi font changing after submission - help urgent


      Hi all,


      This is the first time I am working in Adobe Livecycle ES. I am creating a pdf which will take input from user and after submission i am calling a webservvice where this submited pdf will upload. Everything is working fine till now,


      Now the requirement is to design form in Hindi language (an Indian language). I using Mangal font for desiging hindi form. But when I submit this form and the form uploads into server using webservice the hindi font changes into english letter. Server has no hindi or Mangal font installed. I want that when i create form using Mangal font (hindi font) it should go as it is into server.


      I read somewhere that there is some prorperty in form designer through which we can fix the used form with our form, so that it will not change after submitting.



      Please help !!!!!!!!!!!!   - All kind of help much appriciated.






        • 1. Re: Hindi font changing after submission - help urgent
          $Nith$ Level 4

          Make sure the two things available:


          1. Embed fonts option enabled.

               This option is available in Designer->File->Form Properties->Save Options panel

               Important: This will work only for PDF files (not for XDP)


          2. Adobe Reader Extended Languages support font pack installed on the target machine the Hindi font is not installed.







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