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me [Drawing data format]
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-In addition to the purely visual representation of characters, the unambiguous definition of characters is important for the automatic analysis of technical drawings. PDF files are generally used to displaying characters correctly. This is because the character definitions used are saved in the file. This is (unfortunately) different with the CAD exchange formats DXF, DWG and IGES. In them only the references to characters are stored in font files. The font files are therefore required for correct display.+In addition to the purely visual representation of characters, the unambiguous definition of characters is important for the automatic analysis of technical drawings. PDF files are generally used to displaying characters correctly. This is because the character definitions used are saved (embedded) ​in the file. This is (unfortunately) different with the CAD exchange formats DXF, DWG and IGES. In them only the references to characters are stored in font files. The font files are therefore required for correct display.
  
 > **Significance for #​@IC_HTML@#​** Fonts are protected by copyright. In most cases, the rights of use are only granted for a fee. The number of fonts used by CAD systems is immensely high. Supplying these fonts would disproportionately increase the cost of #@IC_HTML@# licenses. For this reason, #@IC_HTML@# replaces fonts not installed on the computer with visually similar fonts when loading drawing files. If this is the case, a note message is issued. > **Significance for #​@IC_HTML@#​** Fonts are protected by copyright. In most cases, the rights of use are only granted for a fee. The number of fonts used by CAD systems is immensely high. Supplying these fonts would disproportionately increase the cost of #@IC_HTML@# licenses. For this reason, #@IC_HTML@# replaces fonts not installed on the computer with visually similar fonts when loading drawing files. If this is the case, a note message is issued.
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