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Easiest way to embed fonts in InDesign - CS 2 version

Posted on 2010-11-14
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Hello,

I have created an ad in indesign and I need to embed the fonts. When I forward the ad as a .pdf to the recipient, the fonts are changing when they open up the file at their end. Can you help? THanks
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Sigurdur Armannsson earned 125 total points
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When you save as pdf the fonts should be embedded in the pdf file.

However, if the other end has to open the pdf for some reason it might be a better option to save the InDesign file as Package (File > Package) since they obviously don't have the same fonts as you do.
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