IEEE pdf Express Fonts is not embedded字体嵌入问题解决方法
IEEE pdf Express Fonts is not embedded字体嵌入问题解决方法 转载自http://www.wendangwang.com/s/blog_7671b3eb01012r12.html
An simple way to create compliant PDF from Word 2007 or 2010 is to use the Microsoft Office Save as PDF feature. This is available for Office 2007 as a free Add In and is built into Office 2010.
To install the Add In for Office 2007 follow these steps.
Download the MS-Office Add In from Microsoft Download Center => Office => 2007 Microsoft Office Add-in: Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS.
This is an executable file, run the file to install the add-in. You may need to restart your computer for add-in to become active.
Proceed as follows to create the pdf file.
Create your document in Letter or A4 as warranted by the conference.
Use Save as. If your addin is installed correctly, you will see a menu item to save as PDF or XPS as shown below to the left. Choose this option.
Select the PDF options as shown in the figure to the right, making sure to include "ISO 19005-1 compliant (PDF/A)". The resulting file will meet the PDF compliance.
This method is available if you have Adobe Acrobat Standard or Professional installed on your system. This comes with a printer driver that is available for every Windows application.
Print your document selecting Adobe PDF as your printer as shown below. Before starting to print, click on "Properties" and "Adobe PDF Settings to bring up the screen to the right. For Default Settings choose the IEEE job options for your version of Acrobat (recommended).If you do not have the IEEE job options installed and you have a recent version of Adobe Acrobat, select "PDF/A-1b (RGB)."If you opt to configure manually (not
recommended), select "Standard" and click on "Edit." Most settings may be kept but make