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Chapter 46. Using Adobe Designer (Window... > SUBSTITUTING AND EMBEDDING FONTS

SUBSTITUTING AND EMBEDDING FONTS

When you open an existing form in Designer it looks in your computer for all the fonts that were used to create it. If Designer fails to find any required font it displays a warning message and uses an existing font as a temporary substitute. When you save the form, the substitute font is dumped and the PDF maintains its original font data. You can choose to make this font substitution permanent by choosing File, Save As and checking the Permanently Replace Unavailable Fonts check box in the Save As dialog. Enabling the Embed Fonts check box in the same dialog prompts Designer to embed all fonts used in the form that are not already embedded (see Figure 46.17).

Figure 46.17. Unlike Acrobat, no subsetting is available when embedding fonts in Designer.



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