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Brad T.

Open old .pdf, Save with fonts embedded

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Since this forum is not searchable, can you summarize for me the current best practice to:

Open an old .pdf file...

Save with fonts embedded.

I have a lot of books published on Barnes&Noble Pubit/Nook... all of a sudden, their automated system are "detecting" that .pdfs I created in TCPDF (https://tcpdf.org/) don't have fonts embedded!

Of course the .pdfs are very readable, because I use basic Times fonts (plain, bold, italic).

So I just want to Open, Save with fonts embedded. (I will review the code library for TCPDF for doing this at the source as well, but this will give me a full introduction to pdfelement.)

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Hi Brad,

As Daphne points out, saving PDF to PDF/A format can help in this case. 

To convert PDF to PDF/A, please go to File>Convert>Other PDFs>PDF/A-2b.

One more thing to mention, as you might have found out, the search feature is available in the forum

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Hope this helps.

 

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