When converting to DXF, instead of the text contained in the PDF, the letters are always jumbled up. However, conversion to other formats works properly.
Many PDF documents contain embedded fonts. Yet within these fonts the characters are ‘mapped’ differently, i.e., the assignments are mixed up (for example, the ‘b’ is the ‘a’). With the exception of special cases, PdfGrabber is able to ‘break down’ this mapping and display the correct letters. To ensure this, however, the original font from the PDF document must be used to display the text in the exported document. Yet, with export to DXF this is not possible given the restrictions as regards the fonts available in DXF. Depending on the setting, when exporting to DXF attempts are made to use a replacement font whereby the ‘broken down’ mapping is lost.