[OS X TeX] OT: help with font embeddings
will.adams at frycomm.com
Wed Feb 8 13:31:13 CET 2006
On Feb 7, 2006, at 9:55 PM, Jan Anderssen wrote:
> (ii) is there a way to embed fonts "after the fact"?
As Siep suggested, print the file to PostScript using Adobe Acrobat/
Reader, re-distill, preferrably w/ Adobe Acrobat Distiller set to
match the printer's specs (usually the provide a .joboptions file for
Distiller or specifics of how they'd like it set up)
Since Acrobat (or the reader) knows the encoding it's able to re-
encode the font to match the text.
As Peter noted, there are potential hazards, and you should check
pages carefully --- Acrobat 7's compare documents feature is
invaluable for this.
senior graphic designer
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