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    I think this is good for those who do not have plugin
    Thanks

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    PDF/X-1a

    Quote Originally Posted by bowden View Post
    Best method is curve all text in graphics editor and after export to PDF ;)
    If you convert to PDF/X-1a (ISO standard preset), it will automatically embedded fonts, and if it is unable to embed, it will show a report for you or to use subset font so you can convert font to outline later in Flatten Preview. Convert font to outline then export PDF will make file size more bigger and slow view.

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    I use this method all the time, especially when pitstop cant outline a font that isn't embedded

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    i've never used this method

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    It is easier in indesign. select all text and press CTRL + SHIFT + O just like illustrator

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    Quote Originally Posted by prepmaster View Post
    It is easier in indesign. select all text and press CTRL + SHIFT + O just like illustrator
    But you have to watch out for unwanted changes like lost kerning or underlines or such …

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    A lot of time looking and wondering why it does not work for me, until I realized there should be a graphic element on the page then Acrobat makes all curves.
    Thanks

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    I love this kind of tricks.
    Pitstop do that in one click... and some euros

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    Why the Need to convert to curves?

    Create PDF to PDF-X standards and your problems go away. A typeface will always produce a better print than using a convert to curves option - no matter which one you use.
    Quality just takes the right effort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    Create PDF to PDF-X standards and your problems go away. A typeface will always produce a better print than using a convert to curves option - no matter which one you use.
    Quality just takes the right effort.
    i belive that you have never been any error with font in your PDF work.

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    this is a Good method,thanks.

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    Quality just takes the right effort.

    Why the Need to convert to curves?


    Create PDF to PDF-X standards and your problems go away. A typeface will always produce a better print than using a convert to curves option - no matter which one you use.

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    why to add watermark

    I want to know is there any need to add watermark compulsory?

    I have done this without adding the same.


    Quote Originally Posted by jobousephk View Post
    First you have to add a watermark in the file.

    If you are using Acrobat X Pro, go to menu

    View->Tools->Pages->Watermark

    In Add Watermark window, as you can see in the image select text and add some space then keep the Opacity to 0%.

    Press OK

    After that run the Flatterner Prview

    View->Tools->Print Production->Flatterner Preview

    In the Flatterner Preview window, just tick the Convert All Text to Outlines and Convert All Strokes to Outlines

    Now you can select the page range and Apply.



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    You do not need a watermark, but you do need some transparency somewhere on each page. The watermark simply adds a transparent object in case the page has none.

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    i used this method a few times, is risky though, some times it destroyed de quality of the pictures in the file

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