[PDF-Writer] Write superscripted text

Hello,
Is there a way in PDF-writer to write subscript or superscript (power)
text??
Thanks

While we’re at it, does anybody have a set of instructions for setting
up PDF-writer on a Unix system to create PDFs that include Japanese
text? Last I looked, there was some font downloading and conversion that
needed to be done.

Please cc me on replies, as this list replaces my reply-to header.

cjs

Curt S. wrote:

While we’re at it, does anybody have a set of instructions for setting
up PDF-writer on a Unix system to create PDFs that include Japanese
text? Last I looked, there was some font downloading and conversion that
needed to be done.

Please cc me on replies, as this list replaces my reply-to header.

cjs
if you’re unable to find an answer, Haru PDF library does this and it
has ruby
bindings. http://libharu.sourceforge.net/

On Feb 7, 2008, at 7:04 PM, Reid T. wrote:

it has ruby bindings. http://libharu.sourceforge.net/

If the fonts are not embed-able you might need to render them as
vector art. The pdf will still be readable and scalable and printable
and will then be totally platform agnostic. The downside would be
that text would no longer be text.

Abir B. wrote:

Hello,
Is there a way in PDF-writer to write subscript or superscript (power)
text??
Thanks

No answers to my question??

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