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Old 02-01-2008, 02:59 PM   #8
Michael Rowley
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people often come in with artwork that uses some pretty dodgy fonts, so I can quickly see if the stuff will convert to PDF right at the beginning of the session
Yes, I can easily see that it's is a little annoying to discover that Acrobat refuses to embed fonts only after you've made the PDF.

Incidentally, Microsoft's Properties Extension does work with OTF fonts; I couldn't remember, so I went to my other computer to see (I haven't got any OTF fonts installed on this laptop). Type 1 fonts haven't got the information, so one is reduced to trying to find the licence terms.

   
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