PDFlib FontReporter is a free plugin for analyzing fonts in PDF documents. It generates detailed information reports from any PDF file loaded into Adobe Acrobat. With a single click, PDFlib FontReporter collects general information, font-related information, and glyph tables for all fonts in a PDF and generates a font report in a separate PDF.
The PDFlib FontReporter plugin works with Acrobat 8-DC Standard, Pro/Professional and Pro Extended on Windows.
On the Mac, Acrobat X-DC Standard and Pro/Professional is supported on OSX 10.9 and newer.
The plugin doesn’t work with Acrobat Elements or any version of Adobe Reader.
English FontReporter documentation is included in each of the software packages.
supports CJK fonts (among all other font types)
presents Unicode values of all characters
supports OpenType embedding (new in Acrobat 7)
comes with user interface in german and english
available for Adobe Acrobat 8-DC on Windows and Adobe Acrobat X-DC on Mac
FontReporter provides much more information about each font than Acrobat, including glyph names and Unicode mappings.
FontReporter deals with CJK font names even on Western systems.
FontReporter provides glyph tables so that you can see the glyphs in a font.
FontReporter presents the output as a PDF document so that you can save or print it.
FontReporter is guaranteed to process the full document, regardless of which pages have already been displayed in Acrobat.
document related information
font-related information (on a printable page)