My work around is to type the offending page in FrameMaker and use available 

The other PDF pages are OK.


>From: Fred Ridder <docudoc at>
>To: <cseal at>
>Subject: RE: Making PDF of a FrameMaker document that contains PDF graphics
>Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2008 12:33:20 -0500
>My guess would be that the PDF you are inserting does not have
>fonts embedded and that your system does not have the matching
>fonts installed to allow you to embed them in the PDF you are making.If so, 
>there is no nice way out of the situation other than obtaining
>a legitimate installation of the font for your system.-Fred Ridder
> > From: cseal at> To: framers at> Subject: 
> > RE: 
>Making PDF of a FrameMaker document that contains PDF graphics> Date: Fri, 
>5 Dec 2008 17:27:52 +0000> CC: richard.combs at> > Thank you to 
>those who responded.> > I found there is a problem with one of the PDF 
>pages. The error message I > got was:> ---------------------> %%[ 
>ProductName: Distiller ]%%> %%[Page: 1]%%> %%[ Error: invalidfont; 
>OffendingCommand: definefont; ErrorInfo: .notdef > --nostringval-- ]%%> > 
>Stack:> /Font> -dict-> /Garamond-BookCondensedItalic> > > %%[ Flushing: 
>rest of job (to end-of-file) will be ignored ]%%> %%[ Warning: PostScript 
>error. No PDF file produced. ] %%> ------------------------> Now I have to 
>find out how to fix this issue in the PDF.> > Regards...Chris> > > >From: 
>"Combs, Richard" <richard.combs at>> >To: "Christopher Seal" 
><cseal at>,<framers at>> >Subject: RE: 
>PDF of a FrameMaker document that contains PDF graphics> >Date: Fri, 5 Dec 
>2008 10:09:09 -0700> >> >Christopher Seal wrote:> >> > > I have a 
>FrameMaker document that incorporates PDF graphics within> >anchored> > > 
>frames. When trying to make a PDF of this document the process stops> 
> >once> > > the first PDF page is encountered.> > >> > > What do I need to 
>do to create a PDF from a FrameMaker document that> > > contains referenced 
>PDF pages? The document displays OK and prints OK.> >> >You shouldn't need 
>to do anything special, it should just work. Many of> >my FM books contain 
>referenced PDFs -- sixty-odd flow diagrams from> >Visio, in one case (PDF 
>is the best way to get Visio output into FM,> >IMHO). I've never had a 
>problem.> >> >What do you mean by "the process stops"? Is Distiller 
>reporting an error> >and aborting the job? What does the log say? Distiller 
>error messages> >are generally somewhat inscrutable to me, but there are 
>people on this> >list who can translate them into English for you. :-)> >> 
> >Are you using Save As PDF or Print to Adobe PDF? Try the other.> >> >If 
>you're always getting an error on the first page containing a PDF, it> 
> >might be just that specific PDF, or even something else on that page.> 
> >Try printing other pages containing PDFs, one at a time, to the Adobe> 
> >PDF printer.> >> >HTH!> >Richard> >> >> >Richard G. Combs> >Senior 
>Technical Writer> >Polycom, Inc.> >richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom> 
> >303-223-5111> >------> >rgcombs AT gmailDOTcom> >303-777-0436> >------> 
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