ingele.roelens at rug.ac.be
Sat Jun 8 19:23:06 CEST 2002
I a drowning in the information about fonts, font files and encoding tables. I just want to have my thesis in helvetica instead of times. Using the packages helvet and pslatex together gives me a pdf document in times new roman. Using only helvet gives me 'CMBX' as original font and embedded subset, type 1 as actual font (in acrobat reader, File, document properties, fonts...). Is this then helvetica?
As far as I can see, all needed files are dispersed in the miktex tree on my computer, there are phvr8r.tfm and .other files present.
I find all information rather confusing, I am not at all used to different fonts. This is the only thing that's easier in Word (I spent the whole afternoon on it).
Thank you for any possible information,
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