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pdf export shows 't' as 'tt' or 'ti' for calibri font


Using Crystal Report 10.5.3700.0 in VS 2008 on Win XP.


Report generated thru pdf export shows 't' as 'tt' or 'ti' for calibri font. The report preview shows ok.

Took the following steps but did not succeed.

1. Renamed usp10.dll in d:\windows\system32 to usp10-old.dll. However, the file usp10.dll is again regenerated here automatically. The problem remains.

2. Copied the usp10.dll from D:\Program Files\Business Objects\Common\2.8\bin to d:\windows\system32. The problem remains.


The usp10.dll in D:\Program Files\Business Objects\Common\2.8\bin is of version : 1.0626.6000.16386 (vista_rtm.061101-2205).

1.Is this the right version for my environment? If not, what version is required, where to get it from and how to install it.

2.Is some other solution recommended for the right output for calibri font

An early help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 07:14 PM

    Please see this discussion on

    Calibri font not compatible with windows XP?

    The discussion has a number of solutions, see if any of those help you out.

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