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embedding fonts troubleshoot

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Jul 22, 2023 Jul 22, 2023

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I am having a hard time embedding my font. It is a truetype font, and I tried packaging it and exporting it (with the subset fonts set to 0%) and it is still not working. 

This is what comes up after I try exporting (and the file opens as a pdf with the wrong fonts)

Any ideas would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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Jul 23, 2023 Jul 23, 2023

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What does the problem state in detail? Have you also exported with the standard setting of “100%”. Depending on the font it is possbile that the font does not allow embedding.

Also check this thread: https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign-discussions/unable-to-embed-a-particular-font-while-exportin...

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Jul 23, 2023 Jul 23, 2023

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As @Rene Andritsch wrote, it could be because the font that you use does not allow embedding. To check this, go to the Text menu > find font, then click on the font name and read the infos > restrictions (be sure that the bottom panel is displayed by clicking on “more info”).

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"(with the subset fonts set to 0%) "

You shouldn't do that, it's counterproductive.
Incorporating unnecessary elements (characters) into a file only serves to increase its weight, nothing else.
It's a bit like taking your ski equipment with you when you go to the beach in summer.

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