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Palo Alto Business Plan Pro ?

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by David Agaton, Sep 18, 2004.

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  1. David Agaton

    David Agaton Thread Starter

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    I've just completed a business plan with Business Plan Pro 2004(Palo Alto) and have a question. I'm trying to export it to Acrobat to make .pdf version (an option of this software), it does accomplish this task but when it's opened in Reader, I get an error message ' the font hasn't been sent' and all the pages are blank except one photo insert. Any ideas? TIA

    Dave
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    Use a different font in your business plan?
    Usually: Times New Roman, Arial

    Of course, I have no clue what that software is, and you *should* be asking the creators of it since it sounds like pretty specific software and a pretty specific issue.
     
  3. Anne Troy

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    Not that you can't ask here, tho!!

    (Welcome to TSG!)
     
  4. David Agaton

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    Thanks and you are correct. I went this route as it was the weekend and there customer service was closed. I figured that I'd try here. Either way, problem is resolved.
     
  5. Anne Troy

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    GREAT. :)
    You can mark your own threads solved using the Thread Tools dropdown, David.
     
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