Due to limitations of font encoding in PDF files, you might need to specify an alternate report data font. Locales that have multi-byte characters or characters outside the Latin-1 set of characters supported by the default font are especially at risk.
If you know the collected data is limited to a specific locale or language, choose a font that properly displays all characters for that locale or language.
If the collected data might contain characters that span multiple locales or that include both multi-byte and Latin-1 characters, for example, choose an appropriate Unicode Font that can accurately display most characters from the Unicode set and not just a specific locale.
For more information on these fonts and on Unicode fonts in general, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode_font.
NOTE: You can change the data font to any font that is available on the server hosting the Web Application. The font must reside on the server, rather than the device consuming the report, as these fonts are embedded in the PDF itself.
Headers and parameters in the reports remain in the default Arial font.
To change the report data font:
From themenu, select .
From thedrop-down menu, select .
From thedrop-down menu, select the font you want displayed in the report.