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I can get myself to the "Preflight" stage using online info, but can't get past that. The font I want to embed IS on my computer.I need to receive detailed steps or I am willing to phone you.
Ray chesin 750 days ago
Once you have the Preflight tool open. Make sure that the Profiles tab is selected, then go to the Fixup section and expand it. Select the "Embed Fonts" profile, then click on the "Analyze and fix" to embed the fonts.
Thanks, Karl, I will try. Back in 90 min, at 1330 PDT. --Ray
Ray chesin Commented 750 days ago | Report
It's been a few hours... Did it work?
Karl Heinz Kremer Commented 750 days ago | Report
I had the PROFILES tab open and selected EMBED FONTS. When I clicked on ANALYZE AND FIX, I got a SAVE IN screen but nowhere did it ask what font I wanted to embed. What am I doing wrong?
Nothing - I've commented on your other question. It's best if you post all your comments in one question, this way everybody who looks at the answer or comment thread gets all the information, it also make sure that everybody who participated in a question knows about all updates. You should just click on "Add your Answer" to add your comment.
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