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Hello, it depends on the way the PDF files have been previously generated, if the used fonts have been embedded or not in the documents etc. - When you create and export PDF files with the Affinity procucts you can too define how this should be handled, see the export option panel for PDF settings there:

PDF Export Options panel (more ... button)

  • Embed fonts—select an option for handling fonts used in the document.
    • Text as Curves—all text is converted to curves. This ensures the resulting exported file will display correctly regardless of the fonts installed on the viewing device.
    • All Fonts—any fonts used in the document are embedded in the exported file. This ensures the resulting exported file will display correctly regardless of the fonts installed on the viewing device.
    • Uncommon Fonts—fonts used are only embedded in the exported file if they are not part of the fonts traditionally installed on most devices. The viewing device must have the expected fonts installed to view any common fonts in the exported file.
    • No Fonts—no fonts are embedded in the exported file. A viewing device must have all the used fonts installed to accurately view the exported file.
  • Subset fonts—when selected, embedded fonts will only include the glyphs used in the document. If this option is off, all glyphs for the used fonts are embedded in the exported file, regardless of whether they appear in the document or not.

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Photoshop interprets embedded fonts in a PDF file. The Affinity apps don’t yet do this.

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doesent work, the text will be change automatically with another and dont became rasterise.

2 minutes ago, GabrielM said:

Hi @serena.bosca,

Welcome to the forums. 

We do not support Embedded fonts. Alternatively, you can choose not to convert the text to actual text but to rasterise.

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Untick that option and see how it goes. Just bear in mind that your text will be rasterised and no longer editable. 

Thanks,

Gabe.  

 

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11 minutes ago, v_kyr said:

Hello, it depends on the way the PDF files have been previously generated, if the used fonts have been embedded or not in the documents etc. - When you create and export PDF files with the Affinity procucts you can too define how this should be handled, see the export option panel for PDF settings there:

PDF Export Options panel (more ... button)

  • Embed fonts—select an option for handling fonts used in the document.
    • Text as Curves—all text is converted to curves. This ensures the resulting exported file will display correctly regardless of the fonts installed on the viewing device.
    • All Fonts—any fonts used in the document are embedded in the exported file. This ensures the resulting exported file will display correctly regardless of the fonts installed on the viewing device.
    • Uncommon Fonts—fonts used are only embedded in the exported file if they are not part of the fonts traditionally installed on most devices. The viewing device must have the expected fonts installed to view any common fonts in the exported file.
    • No Fonts—no fonts are embedded in the exported file. A viewing device must have all the used fonts installed to accurately view the exported file.
  • Subset fonts—when selected, embedded fonts will only include the glyphs used in the document. If this option is off, all glyphs for the used fonts are embedded in the exported file, regardless of whether they appear in the document or not.

the problem is that im not the one that create the pdf.

they arrive from different people, for this reason i need that wen i open the file i can have the option of have te text rasterized

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59 minutes ago, GabrielM said:
 

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Untick that option and see how it goes.

That option is like the one in PagePlus: all it does is to give you large blocks of easily editable text, instead of trying to preserve the layout accurately by splitting the text into lots of separate objects.

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