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Posted by: Janis Palma Posted on: Apr 29th, 2004, 10:17am
I have prepared some interactive courses with the HyperPublish program that look beautiful on my computer, but when the CDs I burn are installed on other computers all the formatting is lost (font, alignment, margins, etc.) What am I doing wrong?
 
Janis
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: May 1st, 2004, 7:26am
There is a whole chapter about this within the PDF manual (Graphics and paging pages).
 
Basically, a work on video (such as a CD or a Website) must follow different rules than a work on paper.
 
1)You shouldn't use spaces or margins, but you should use percent tables (try to open www.hyperpublish.com with the browser, then resize the browser window and you will see that the website does resize and does remain quite good.
 
2)As for the fonts, you will find only Times New Roman, Arial and Courier New on all computers. Some PC with Office also have Verdana and Tahoma. If you are using other fonts for titles, better to replace them with small images with the same content (you can create the images with a graphic program or with 3D buttons)
 
Please see the PDF manual for more details.....


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