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Old 16th May 2012, 04:25 PM
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Identify fonts in a PDF document?

Is there a simple way to identify the fonts in a PDF document by using a program commonly available with Fedora?

( This link describes how to identify fonts in a PDF document using Adobe Acrobat Pro http://blog.gilbertconsulting.com/20...nt-in-pdf.html.)

I know you can look at the PDF file with a text editor, but on those I have examined, I only see cryptic (to me) entries like:

13 0 obj
/Encoding 7 0 R
/FontDescriptor 12 0 R
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