Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
In previous versions of Acrobat, it was very easy to convert text t outlines in the PDF Optimizer. It seems like it was just a button you had to check. But I'll be damned if I can figure out how to do it in Acrobat 9. Anyone? Giz?
Duh on me. But then again, we rarely deal with unusual fonts. Our bread N butter work is for TxDOT.
Interesting answer, too, it's probably an interesting project. Hardest I wrestled with were some old, printed engineering papers that a client wanted to digitize. It was back when I worked for a little multimedia shop. Seriously full of equation and formula stuff. Don't ask.
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