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Japanese fonts for adobe reader on Ubuntu?

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I have a user who has Ubuntu 12.04 running Adobe Reader version 9, They are looking to get Japanese fonts
Does anyone have an idea about how to achieve this.

posted Apr 23, 2015 by anonymous

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