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math type parenthesis gone after converting to pdf

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Jul 26, 2021 Jul 26, 2021

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Good  afternoon.I  am   using  mathtype  for  years  and   all  the  symbols  were appearing  correctly  after  saving  doc  as  pdf.The  last days i  notice  that  allready  saved pdf  when  open them , the  symbol  of  parenthesis is  gone. Is  an  issue  of  pdf/office/mathtype?Maybe  any  update  of  one  of  these  softwares  deregulates  everything?I  try  again  one  by one  each  equation (  to  a  doc  with 91  pages)  recopy  and  paste  from  math  type  and  resave  as  pdf.This  works  but  is  very hard  to  do  it  gain and  again  for  all  documents  each  time.The  second  atatched  is  the  font  that  i  am  using  with  mathtype

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 27, 2021 Jul 27, 2021
This looks like a font problem. I am not familiar with "mathtype", so I don't know if it does embed the fonts it uses (either fully, or as a subset). You can find out if a font is embedded by bringing up the document properties (Ctrl-D or Cmd-D on a Mac), then go to the Fonts tab. Here all the fonts that are used in the document are listed, and also if they are embedded or not. You may want to talk to the makers of mathtype about what they are doing and if there is anything you can do in the app...

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This looks like a font problem. I am not familiar with "mathtype", so I don't know if it does embed the fonts it uses (either fully, or as a subset). You can find out if a font is embedded by bringing up the document properties (Ctrl-D or Cmd-D on a Mac), then go to the Fonts tab. Here all the fonts that are used in the document are listed, and also if they are embedded or not. You may want to talk to the makers of mathtype about what they are doing and if there is anything you can do in the application to fix this problem. 

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