Someone (not me) accidently deleted two buttons from my toolbar. Font and font size are gone. I have done everything I could think of to bring them back, and nothing seems to work. I even had my company's IT take a look at it, and they couldn't fix it either. I went to view/toolbars/properties bar, and they showed up, docked the toolbar and when I was finished with my project I closed Adobe Acrobat. The next time I went to use it, the two buttons were gone again. I tried doing the same thing, but this time it didn't work. Please help me, as I REALLY need those two buttons. Any and all help will be GREATLY appreciated.
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It is possible the font lives only in the program you are using. Try locating downloading the font from a site like www.dafont.com or similar and installing it to your machine. You can do this by downloading the file, typically a .zip file, then opening the file and in the upper left corner click the "install" button. That will install the font to your machine globally. Hope that works, best of luck
Shut down all programsand then find your font folder which is usually in C:windows\fonts or you can search your C: for the fonts folder. Once you find the fonts folder delete the malayalam font if it's in there.
Open internet explorer and go to: http://www.deepika.com/font.htm
Click on "Download
Save font in C:\ --> Windows --> Fonts
(some browsers may save the file name as a .exe extension.
Add .ttf to the end of the file name mlkr0ntt_TTF.
The file name should be mlkr0ntt_TTF.ttf
Restart your computer
Now open your adobe program and see if you can use that font.
Hope this helps! If not contact me and I can find you another solution.
A way to fix this error which is a font problem is to take the PE.ini from ProgramData\Ulead Systems\Ulead Photo Express\6.0 and stick it in the ulead.dat file in the Program Files (x86) if you have a 64 bit system and then find the u32Comm file in the program files (x86) and change the font to a font where it will not say that error again, I have done this in Windows Vista before and it worked, I also done it in Windows 7 and that also worked allthough right now I can't remember what font so you'll have to trial and error the fonts and maybe the sizes etc. but it's mainly a font error within Photo Explosion Deluxe, 1 problem I'm having is Photo Explosion Deluxe 3.0 loads on one desktop and loads fine newly created desktops but it doesn't load on others. I figure it was made by cheap software creators.
i didn't get the question correctly....there are two types i don';t know which one will be usefull for you..
1. Change the font size of pdf while reading:
You can use zoom in and zoom out option to do that..or Ctrl+ + and Ctrl + -
2. Change the font size of the acual pdf doccument
For that you need to download pdf to word converter and convert to word doccument and change the font size and again convert to pdf file
These softwares aares freely avaiable in internet...
Hope you will succeed
Hello, I had the same problem. windows draw has been working for years under Windows XP then suddenly impossible. I think there is a conflict with others programs i installed.
I found THE solution after reading many topics on the net :
Install acrobat reader 4 on your system. Then run acrobat reader 4. Last, run Micrografx windows draw 6 while acrobat reader 4 is running on your system too.
Maybe it works with a more recent version of acrobat reader but i didn't try. Maybe this solution works also with windows draw 5 but i didn't try.
This is a simple work around, but it worked for me. Create a new user and make that account the Administrator. Log in with the new account an then run Adobe and click Accept. Some reason this worked for me. Good Luck.
1. Exit Acrobat.
2. Choose Start > Run, and type: %APPDATA%\Adobe\Acrobat\ into the Open text box. Click OK.
3. Right-click either the 6.0 or 7.0 folder, and choose Delete.
4. Start Acrobat and attempt to print. Note:Acrobat preference files contain application settings such as toolbar arrangements. When you restart Acrobat, new preferences are created automatically based on application defaults. Deleting preference files will not result in the loss of saved documents.
Or, if u have having Quarkexpress in your machine update the version. Quarkexpress also creates PDF files, maybe this is where it was created from
You have to embed the fonts with Acrobat. Acrobat will embed fonts depending upon your instructions. You will have to select the font which you're wanting from Word inside Acrobat, by following the specific instructions for your version from Help. Open the Help menu, select Search, and enter, "embed fonts." Read the articles there, and it will explain how to make the fonts you want 'stick' when you make a PDF. Hope this helps. If not, please let us know.
You may need to check your preferences in Acrobat, and simply change the embedding to include the font you're using; but what Acrobat shows depends upon the type of font that you're using. You might understand the problem better after reading this article: