Missing letter G when exporting to pdf from Word
Windows 10 Home version 1903
Acrobat Pro DC version 2019.012.20040
Microsoft Word for Office 365 MSO (16.0.11929.20298) 32-bit
Steps to reproduce:
Create a new Word document.
Input letter G, set its font to Cambria, and set "Kerning for fonts" checkbox on in Word's Font dialog box. Where to find it:
Save document and export it to pdf using "Create PDF" in Word's Acrobat toolbar.
Expected result: pdf with letter G
Observed result: empty pdf
Thanks for reporting the issue. We are able to reproduce it and have reported it to the engineering team. We will keep you posted on the progress.
Thanks for reporting the issue. We already have logged the issue for our 2019 December release.
You can expect the fix shortly with out next release.
Nidhi Bhandari commented
Any progress on this? I have exactly the same problem when using Source Sans Pro and letter I
I'm also receiving the same problem with the letter i in Calbri
When is this going to be fixed? I'm continuing to have the same problems
Hello. I am also having an issue with the Cambria capital letter G, when using the "File - Save as ADOBE PDF" function from MS Word (MS Office Professional Plus 2016). I have Adobe Acrobat Pro installed on my system. Please advise as to whether any progress has been made on this issue. (Note that I do not have any issues with the other uppercase letters in Cambria, and all 26 lowercase letters convert just fine.)
Notice that the issue is within a custom heading style.
The same issue with another font and another letter.
Windows 8.1 x64 (6.3.9600)
Acrobat Pro DC 2019.012.20040
font Palatino Linotype
missing capital letter H
When Kerning for fonts is disabled the letter is dispölayed again.
As of the current version of Acrobat (19.012.20040), when exporting from Microsoft Word using the Acrobat plugin (either using “Save as Adobe PDF” from Word’s file menu or “Create PDF” from the Acrobat ribbon, tested repeatedly with various PDF exporter settings), every instance of capital “I” in the Source Sans Pro font is deleted from the document. Lowercase “i” and any accented variants in either upper or lower case are unaffected, but the capitalised letter is always removed during export.
(current workaround is a case-sensitive find/replace for all instances of “I” to the same character in Arial or a similar sans-serif font)
Michelle Peters commented
Hi. Please see the attachments.
Michelle Peters commented
I have Appendix pages required for the reports I format that are formatted in Palatino Linotype font with a small cap effect in Microsoft Word. When I click the button to create the PDF, the letter "H" (noticed that one specifically, but could be others) is removed throughout the Appendix pages.
See attachment for the picture of how Adobe PDF's it. The Word document says "Appendix H: Site Photographs"