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Chapter 10. Managing Fonts > Matching Screen Fonts with Printed Output

Matching Screen Fonts with Printed Output

When you print a document formatted with TrueType fonts, your output should be truly WYSIWYG: What You See (onscreen) Is What You Get (on the page). The Windows printer driver handles the details of downloading TrueType fonts to the printer so that they can be reproduced correctly.

But what happens when you work with a document formatted with fonts that aren't available on your computer? This isn't a remote possibility; it can happen in any of the following circumstances:


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