cannot find font to display web page

  morris948 21:25 15 Jan 2003
  morris948 21:25 15 Jan 2003

I was requesting a rail timetable on a web site, and when i press download it opened acrobat to read it, the first page displayed ok but when i scroll down to read 2nd page, adobe gave a message:- 'cannot display font 'LNENJO+avenir-book' and then upon cancelling this message another box opened which said' unrecognised token 396ls 15216.25'

i tried going to to find this LNENJO font but it does not find anything, what can i do???

  DieSse 21:50 15 Jan 2003

Sounds like you ned to update your copy of Acrobat Reader to the latest version.

click here

  morris948 22:01 15 Jan 2003

My version of Acrobat is currently version 5.00 full version.
Other info for you: OS is Win XP pro, here is the site i visited: click here

Sorry,i dont remember how to make the 'click here' link.

  morris948 22:03 15 Jan 2003

i just discovered the web link entered creates the 'click here' mark,

  DieSse 22:08 15 Jan 2003

Got the same error - it must be them. I also have reader V5 and XPPro with SP1 - so there's nothing we're missing.

I'll complain - suggest you do too.

  User-312386 22:10 15 Jan 2003

having the same problem as you

looks like a fault with there scripting/creation of the document


  morris948 22:30 15 Jan 2003

I have sent a feedback as well.
thanks for testing this.

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