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Symbol fonts in CorelDraw x3 to print

Symbol fonts in CorelDraw x3 to print

Symbol fonts in CorelDraw x3 to print

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Hello,

I have a problem to use symbol fonts (e.g. mathematica1, wingdings2, and others) in CorelDraw x3. I've already asked this question at this forum, and a great help was obtained. The problem (as it seems to me) was related to codepage information which is not included into fonts. I've corrected the font mathematica1 by fontlab, and now it is looking at screen quite well. However, a part of problem remains:

Symbols from wingdings2, mathematica1, and other fonts disappear in printing.

The same is while exporting in raster format (I've tried bmp and pgn); however, everythings is OK while exporting in eps.

Maybe, problem related to codepage 'MS windows symbol' which is rendered by fontlab, but not included into Corel...

Thanks for any help in advance.

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