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I'm an industrial engineer and I want to create a check list for my team in order to simplify job tasks. My idea is to realize said checklist through fillable PDF forms with javascript support in order to do some magic calculations.

I am using LaTeX with eforms package (part of acroTeX bundle) now to achieve this, but I have a serious problem especially with computer modern font in term of the use with PDF widgets like textfield and pushbutton label.

According to the font tab of my Adobe Reader the cmr10 is embedded in my file, but why is Helvetica always chosen by this viewer?

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Are PDF widgets the same as PDF forms? If so, I would suggest to use PDF forms in the headline. –  Christian Lindig Jul 17 '11 at 19:14

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