[texhax] Q: how to embed fonts w/pdfLaTeX

Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCPHI) rjf2 at CDC.GOV
Tue Feb 13 23:18:52 CET 2007

> From: reinhard.kotucha at web.de [mailto:reinhard.kotucha at web.de] 
>   >> 8. When converting the Word file to PDF, please save the Word
>   >> file with Fonts Embedded (see page24 of WritersGuidelines.pdf)
> This is definitely a good idea.
>   > Q: How to generate a .pdf with Embedded Fonts using pdfLaTeX?
> AFAIK, modern TeX distributions embed all fonts by default.  

> You can find out which fonts are not embedded using the 
> Acrobat Reader: Select File=>Document Properties=>Fonts in the menu.

ah, yes, <Ctrl> D, I know that.
... ah, so! all fonts are embedded! <whew>
no need to worry, I should have known!

> If some fonts are not embedded, it would be nice to know 
> which TeX distribution you are using.


> Regards,
>   Reinhard

> Microsoft isn't the answer. 
> Microsoft is the question, and the answer is NO.

a .sig I have always enjoyed.

thanx, it is always nice to get accurate, up-to-date information
about the world's greatest typesetting system.  ;-)

Ron Fehd  the {SAS} macro maven  CDC Atlanta GA USA RJF2 at cdc dot gov

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