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Re: Using the accessibility features of Acrobat


From: St
Date: Jun 2, 2006 3:00PM

<quote who='Joe Clark' when='02/06/2006 22:06'>

>> 7) Size and color control are very nice, but sometimes authors use
>> fonts that are difficult at best to read. Can I re-style the fonts of
>> reasonably structured documents?
> In a PDF? No. Which fonts are you thinking of? (Comic Sans and Arial?)

Joke aside, my company's been using a fat font for a few years, and it's
a hell of a reading. That would be a big plus if acrobat reeader
reflowed and at the same time used my preferred font (a la "use my fonts
and not the site's" in accessibility features in browsers).