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I installed TCS 3 on a Win 7 (Enu) system and all seems to work OK
Outputting a book (English only) to PDF resulted in all square
characters. The same project under Win XP worked correctly. The project
fonts are all Arial (headings etc) and Tahoma (body text).
Back to Win 7: I used the Acrobat icon on Word 2010 to pdf a doc file -
and it worked fine.
So, the problem seems to be a FM, Acrobat or Distiller setting. Does
anyone know what it might be? FWIW, the Win 7 setup is as "vanilla" as I
could make it - no special hardware, software or anything else. It is a
production system not intended for any other "goodies".
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