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Word 2007 Embed fonts in the file

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Is there a registry key that holds the settings for "Embed fonts in the file"?

Word Options
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Preserve fidelity when sharing this document
Embed fonts in the file

Or is this setting saved in a file somewhere in the user's profile?

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This setting is usually saved only with the current document.  You can make it available to all documents by changing the Preserve Fidelity to All New Documents, in which case, it saves the setting in the Normal.dot.  This is usually saved under the user profile.

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