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I am running MS Office 2013 on my Windows 7 computer.  I can't find instructions on how to embed fonts into my Word documents so that other people who open them (who don't have the same fonts) will keep the same fonts.

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Phil
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Use the 'Tools' dropdown to the right of the Save button on the 'Save As' dialogue.
Select the 'Save Options...' item and you will see the checkboxes for Font embedding.

Alternatively you could get to the dialogue via File>Options>Save without waiting until you need to save.
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Thank you!  I wonder why the MS Office help doesn't provide this.
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The information is there (it's under Save Documents) but it's not easy to dig out, because you have to know that it's a Save option, and not, say, a setting for a particular styles.
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