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How to use an Adobe PostScript font in AutoCAD?

A - answer Use the COMPILE command in AutoCAD to convert your postscript font file (.PFB) to the .SHX format.
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11.8.2003    12340×  

See also:
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Tip 12863:Do you know the difference among the fonts ISOCP, ISOCP2 a ISOCP3?
Tip 11564:Avoid name collisions between AutoCAD font- and symbol files (SHX).
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