I have a Word document that has instructions at the end in several foreign languages telling the recipient to call a number if they would like to speak to someone that can explain what the document says in their own language.
Most of these languages appear to be converted correctly (i.e. Korean, Chinese, Russian, Persian, etc.). However, there are a few that do not get converted properly. The Hindi language, using the Mangal font, for example, looks like it gets several characters in a handful of words transposed for some reason. The Lao language, using the Phetsarath OT font, doesn’t display correctly at all, and instead shows a series of squares, like the font is missing.
The Word document itself is saved with the “Embed fonts in the file” option checked, as well as the “Embed only the characters used in the document (best for reducing file size)” option checked.
The problem with the Lao language font displaying squares, like the font is missing, may be a separate problem as it displays properly when running from my local machine, but not when running on the server, but shouldn’t those “Embed fonts in the file” options make it so the font doesn’t need to be installed on the server?
Does anyone have a suggestion on how to fix, or how I should proceed?