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Font is available to use in document, but then not when printing to PDF

New Here ,
Nov 10, 2023 Nov 10, 2023

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Hello, 

 

I'm using Acre-Bold font. Its visible in the dropdown list of fonts and is available to use in Indesign.

When I go to print to PDF however, it says font not available. 

 

Can anyone help or does anyone know whats going on here? 

 

Thanks!

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Does the font license include PDF embedding?

Why do you print PDFs and export them?

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That's a gd point - I'm not sure. I just assumed it did. 

I'll try and export and see if that works. 

Thanks

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Never print to PDF use the Adobe PDF Presets that come with InDesign, normally PDF/X-1 or PDF/X-4. Be though advised by your printer.

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