Arno Pro License

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Jun 25, 2013 Jun 25, 2013

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I have a licensed copy of Arno Pro.  Someone is helping me to make a one-time, personalized document using software I don't have.  I'd like her to use Arno as the typeface but am not sure how I can do so under the license.  Can I send her the otf file; can I count her computer as one of my licensed CPUs? What are my options?  Thank you.

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Jun 27, 2013 Jun 27, 2013

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Thanks for asking the question, and thanks very much for respecting software licenses.

Adobe's End User License Agreement (EULA) does not allow for the distribution of our fonts.  While a standard license can be used by up to five people, these would be restricted to you or members of your company.  Fonts are software as well.  Just like she has no rights to provide you with the software program you don't have - you can't legally provide her your fonts.  She would need to purchase her own license to Arno Pro.

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