Classical Greek

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Jul 07, 2008 Jul 07, 2008

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Anyone know of a typeface with classical Greek glyphs that can be embedded in a PDF? The face I normally use for Greek is Palatino Linotype, but I don't think it's embeddable.
Thanks.

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Jul 07, 2008 Jul 07, 2008

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All Linotype and Adobe fonts support print and preview embedding, and
some support editable embedding.

- Herb

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Jul 08, 2008 Jul 08, 2008

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Herb, thank you. That is a very helpful "bit" of information.

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Jul 09, 2008 Jul 09, 2008

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Among Adobe's typefaces, Arno Pro, Minion Pro, Garamond Premier Pro and Hypatia Sans all support classical Greek. Be sure to get the latest versions (2007 or later) if you're looking at Minion Pro or Garamond Premier Pro for classical Greek.

But as mentioned above, Palatino Linotype is embeddable, so it should be okay if it supports classical Greek.

Cheers,

T

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