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PDF can not display Chinese

Hi I'm using SAP 2005 PL 36. When I export a document to pdf it can not display Chinese format.

Can anyone help?

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    Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 07:29 AM

    The lasted update: since 2007 B ramp-up is 1 week away. Regards the PDF issue reported, please check 2007 B Limitation Note 1104865, section "font 'Tahoma' is not properly displayed in PDF output" and current workaround

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 07:38 AM

    Hi Zhang Xiaodong,

    Right now, I don't have direct solution to this...we raised this to development, please wait.

    The workaround i know (probably you have also learned from SAP support), is to save the report preview into JPG image and convert to PDF. I understand this will hinder the business process, but once again, this is the current situation.

    BTW, thanks for using this SDN forum.

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 10:04 AM

    Did you try to install Chinese Characters on your computer? Try viewing a Chinese document in Adobe Acrobat, and if you don't have the correct PDF Chinese Characters installed then it will prompt you do install it.

    I never tried on SAP, but I had a similiar issue with another program and the above fixed it.

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