I read a stackexchange post on how to find a stream of font data within a PDF. This stream, if decompressed properly, apparently creates a usable TTF file. But I'm not sure how to decompress it.
From the post it sounds like I can copy the data into a new file, then run a script to decompress it. But I'm not sure how I'd run this script.
Is there a simple installable windows program that can accept this stream and decompress it? Can I really just open the PDF as plain text, copy and paste what I think are the stream characters to a new file, and save it?