Also, you can copy fonts from C:\windows\fonts to the loadpoint\text\fonts folder. This will allow Adobe to convert them correctly. Just specifying pro_font_dir to c:\windows\fonts is not sufficient; they must be resident in the loadpoint.
Damian Castillo wrote:
In Reply to:If your using the "Save to PDF" option from the toolbar, there are some changes that need to be made to the text in your drawing. Unless your using a font type that can converted to actual text, the characters get redefined to a font that Adobe can recognize. If you pick "Stroke all Fonts" all the text is converted to vector data, and it's not editable as text after its converted to a PDF document. Pro/E's font types don't match to Adobe's fonts, but the Arial, CG Omega and other TTF's seem to convert pretty well. It takes some testing to find the font type that will work with your situation. Also, you should set the layers to "None" so that all the line data gets converted. It's amazing. I went through this exact process yesterday and figured out how to make it work. You are 100% correct on the settings.
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