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I'm stumped. As directed, I printed the Font Awesome Cheatsheet to PDF. When I open it with Acrobat Reader, it looks fine. However, when I try to open it with Illustrator, I get this warning:

The font MuseoSlab-500 is missing.  Affected text will be displayed using a substitute font.
The font OTS-derived-font is missing.  Affected text will be displayed using a substitute font.
The font ProximaNova-Regular is missing.  Affected text will be displayed using a substitute font.

How can I 'fix' the PDF, so that I can see and use the icons in Illustrator?

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Open the PDF in Acrobat Pro, Save as... to Encapculated Postscript (.eps)

It will create two separate files that can be opened in Adobe Illustrator. The icons and type should all be converted to outlines.

  • Can I convert the PDF to EPS with any other tool, or must I do it with Acrobat Pro? I appreciate the tip! – david.joyce13 Nov 22 '13 at 19:37
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TRy using http://image.online-convert.com/convert-to-eps to convert to eps. then you can use in illustrator.

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