Windows (7) Change Default Substitute Missing Font in Word

Hello,
I have created a new font (using FontCreator)
and I used this font in a document.
What if I send a document that use this font
to someone who does not have this font?
Some people see gibrish…
Is it defined in the Windows System or somewhere in the font definition.
How Can it be fixed?
Thanks,
Aryeh.
tuchfeldAsked:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can embed your new font in the document. This is an option accessed via Word Options>Save>Preserve Fidelity when sharing this Document

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tuchfeldAuthor Commented:
Excellent. Thanks!
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