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Adobe acrobat 3.0

I have extensive course materials and a book on switching theory that I 
would like to post in PDF on the web. All of these materials were
formatted with latex2e, and the postscript files were generated with

However, the postscript files all produce type 3 fonts, which causes
the acrobat reader (3.0) to render the text as curves. Thus the PDF files
appear garbled when viewed, although they are fine when printed.

Using the NFSS as described in the latex companion, I tried changing the
default font to T1/times. Although this appeared to work, the DVIPS
produced PS files still were type 3, so my PDF problem remained

Do you have any suggestions?  Adobe tech support says I must have Type
1 or 2 fonts in my PS file. The curious thing is that Ghostview
previewing of the original PS files produces good quality output.

Thank you for your consideration.

Gary Hachtel
Electrical and Computer Engineering
U of Colorado