Sorry, I do not understand.
There is no wordprocessor in my solaris box. The format of the pdf is somehow changing when printing on unix. The bottom of the page is cut off and the fonts are larger. If I print the same document on the windows platform, it comes out as expected.
Some PDF files contains definitions for all of the fonts included in the file; some don't and assume that the fonts used in the PDF file will be available on the system where the file is used. If the PDF file you have does not contain definitions for all of the fonts it is using and some of those fonts are not available on the Solaris box you're using to print the file, acroread will try to pick a similar font. Sometimes that produces output that look like the original file, sometimes it produces distorted text.
When fonts are unavailable, acroread usually pops up a window when opening that PDF file saying that one or more fonts weren't found and it lets you select a replacement for each missing font. If your version of acroread isn't doing that, you might check the Adobe website to see if a newer version of acroread is available for your system.
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Does anybody have idea of Converting secured pdf files to pdf using acroread ?
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I work in a SunOS server. I want to check which is the default font.
Actually I need to check which font is using right now in Terminal and how to change it.
Please help me suggesting the command set
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When I run the command acroread it is giving error
ERROR: Cannot find installation directory.
When I look at /usr/local/Adobe/Acrobat7.0/bin/ an exicutable file named acroread is there. When i run ./acroread from that directory it is working . What can i do so that I can give... (3 Replies)