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How to change the font(s) used on a pdf, or improve how they are rendered?

Based on the sample you provided, you will not be able to change the font on that particular document. Here is why: As one commenter already suggested, it is very clear from the sample you provided ...
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What happens if I have used 2 different fonts in mobi/epub and user changes the font in the devise?

"As a publisher, it drives me crazy that a reader would switch fonts because of a personal preference" If they prefer it in another style I'm not sure why that would bother you. It would bother me ...
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What happens if I have used 2 different fonts in mobi/epub and user changes the font in the devise?

There isn't much you can do, if the device allows to change the fonts and the user is willing to use that option, he will do it. If you use different fonts not just for aestethics, but with a ...
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What happens if I have used 2 different fonts in mobi/epub and user changes the font in the devise?

First, though you can embed fonts in an epub/mobi file, there is no guarantee that the reading system will display the font correctly. I used an embedded font on my last ebook, and it did not render ...
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How can I left justify text on my Kindle?

Yes, you can. In a modern Kindle device you can select the formatting and left-justify it: But this feature is just available for books you purchased from Amazon. Some older books don't have this ...
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How can I left justify text on my Kindle?

Another possible option for books purchased from Amazon is to see if there's a newer version of the book that's using their newer KFX format, what I think they call enhanced typesetting. In that case ...
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want to convert OCR PDF to computer font

The problem is that the original image of the text is "in front" of the actual digital text of the PDF. Figure 1: How layers are stacked in a PDF PDF is composed of overlapping visible and ...
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Kindle Touch 4th Generation does not render published font correctly

I managed to solve this problem with help from mobileread forum. I am posting the link to answer here https://www.mobileread.com/forums/showpost.php?p=3849282&postcount=2
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How to change the font(s) used on a pdf, or improve how they are rendered?

Here are two help pages on this topic -- if you haven't found them already. https://superuser.com/questions/926340/how-to-change-efficiently-a-font-throughout-the-entire-pdf-document http://www....
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What happens if I have used 2 different fonts in mobi/epub and user changes the font in the devise?

You can't generalise, because there are many e-book reader programs, and all of them work differently. In the Calibre e-book reader program, for instance, the user can design a personal stylesheet, ...
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Exporting epub fixed layout

ePub is just a whole bunch of HTML, some metadata, and CSS. So, you have the same rules as with any HTML page. You can't force any browser to display a page the way you want it. Your "fixed layout" ...
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