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I'm having a problem with exporting a file to PDF format - There seems to be a long list of 'pre-flight' errors listed. I have placed pdf pages within frames on a planner that I am creating & this is the error message I get (see below) & a font I am using on behalf of a client looks fine on my file, but not on the file I send to my client & also jumbled up/not English? when I export (see 2nd image). When I open the file it asks me whether I want to find missing links - doesn't say what, just directs me to my desktop to look for these links, but not sure what to look for?!! Could someone please help me sort this out - I've never had this issue before, so a bit mystified as to what is going on! Many thanks.

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Hi Lee, thanks for coming back to me. Sorry I'm relatively new to Affinity & I'm not quite sure where/how to find that information. Would you be able to explain further?  I'm also sending the affinity file to a client to view, but she is on version Window. I'm on a Mac & have version 1.9.3 - is that going to be a problem? Many thanks for your help.


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