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The a2ps utility is for formatting files for printing on a PostScript printer, hence its name is not a2pdf. The file you created under Linux (or OS X), which is a miss-named .pdf file, is in fact a PostScript file and many Linux Distros will open it anyway. Thus leading you to believe is was a PDF Document when in reality it's not. Looking at the file ...
On Yosemite (Preview 8.0), hit shift-command-A or select "Show Markup Toolbar" from the "View" menu: Find font options by clicking on the italic A:
Preview should do the job just fine.
I believe you are using the free version of Adobe Acrobat/Reader. On the Windows side of things if you are using Adobe Reader there is no UI or interface for changing the font. If you are using Adobe Acrobat Pro/Standard you can change the font. One workaround I have found is copy some text with the font you want to use from another application and paste ...
I believe iBooks will load up and view PDFs and if you are signed into iCloud on all devices the last read page should sync between devices. I stand corrected this does not seem to work, grrrr... I thought I remembered it working, sorry. I have no other suggestions other than to try other PDF readers on the app store. You might also want to ask the hive ...
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