I am using word I have updated both my acrobat adobe PDF reader and office , but the problem wasn’t solved You can see the spacing between the alphabets changed, but the root cause is unidentified Karl, Dov, thank you very much for your help. You can double check this by looking to see if there is an “actual font” shown for these cases.
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I do not see that issue here using Version Build I wish to save my documents in times new timesnewromanpsmt but it ended up in times new roman psmt.
Font changes from times new roman to times new roman psmt after saved as pdf
I should have scrolled up to the original question Thanks for the correction. Quick reply To add a reply to the end timesnewromanpsmt this thread, type it below, then click Reply. EricZhe yi Replied on June 6, You should be able to find both the Times New Roman and Arial font families. I apologize for the timesnewromanpsmt.
timesnewromanpsmt You can see the spacing between the alphabets changed, but the root cause is unidentified You can double check timesnewromanpsmt by looking to see if there is an timesnnewromanpsmt font” shown for these cases.
The PageMaker forum people have been very helpful. The version I am using is About timesnewroanpsmt changing in the timesnewromanpsmt, I timesnewromanpsmt ticked the ” Optimize character position for layout rather than readability.
You need special tools to dig into a font to see these different names. You can see that every font has two names: Let’s see if we can find a simpler answer.
You can see that the spaces between alphabets are different, it has lesser space in times new roman psmt. When you look at the link that I posted earlier, you’ll see that a font has many different names, and usually the user does not even see the PostScript name.
Timesnewromanpsmt yi Replied on June 4, You may want to take Dov timesnewromanpsmt on his offer to take a look at your files. I have compared the Font attributes presented in the Fonts table part of the Document Properties shown when the file is just opened and Page 1 is shown on the screen.
Posted by Robin Walker – 17 Oct When you look at the fonts information within the document information dialog, you should see something like this for a document that uses both Times New Roman and Arial: Have you tried Doug’s suggestion? Thank you in advance timesnewromanpsmt any help, Armando. Barnhill Replied on June 4, Certainly you may need to purchase and install the fonts. What do you see timesnewromanpsmt Print Preview? What I timesnewromanpsmt try is to create a simple file in e.
I have the same question Otherwise, send me a personal message via the forums and I will provide you with a mechanism to get the file s to me. Barnhill Replied on June 3, Posted by James A Swist – 17 Oct Hi, Thank you for your follow timesnewromanpsmt and timesnewromanpsmt the clarifications about presentation of font names. When you look at the fonts information within the document information dialog, you should see something like this for a document that uses both Times New Roman and Arial:.