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Hi All,



I went to edit an older print template and Studio is giving me an error saying PDF font is deprecated and I should use font extension instead.



I dutifully googled font extension and tried to understand how to set this up so I could edit my template but it seems super complicated.



I have checked the forum and Sierra lists with no luck - can anyone suggest an easy solution?



Thank you,



Bruce.



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I kind of answered my own question - I went into the template source in Studio and just deleted the pdfFontName element. The error message went away after that.

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