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font selection in ODS PDF output

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font selection in ODS PDF output

Hi,

I have a question regarding to the font selection in ODS PDF output. I'm generating the ods pdf report needs to use fonts "Humnst777 BT" , which is not available in font family. Any ideas on how to install this new fonts in sas and use it in ods pdf report would be much appreciated!

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Lei


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‎04-16-2014 03:52 PM
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Re: font selection in ODS PDF output

Hi:

  You're  going to need to read some Tech Support notes, like this one 24233 - How do I set up custom fonts for ODS PRINTER? and depending on your system permissions, you may or may not need help from your System Administrator to add fonts to your system. Once the font is available to you, you can use it in STYLE templates or style overrides, but if you specify a font that is not available, then ODS PDF will use secondary fonts or finally, the PDF default font for the viewing system.

cynthia

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‎04-16-2014 03:52 PM
SAS Super FREQ
Posts: 8,820

Re: font selection in ODS PDF output

Hi:

  You're  going to need to read some Tech Support notes, like this one 24233 - How do I set up custom fonts for ODS PRINTER? and depending on your system permissions, you may or may not need help from your System Administrator to add fonts to your system. Once the font is available to you, you can use it in STYLE templates or style overrides, but if you specify a font that is not available, then ODS PDF will use secondary fonts or finally, the PDF default font for the viewing system.

cynthia

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Re: font selection in ODS PDF output

Hi Cynthia, thank you for your prompt response as always.

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