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Hi all, quick question here around font licencing.

 

I'm working on a re-brand that may include an Adobe font. I have a licence through my organisation and therefore  can access and use this font. However, going forward, many designers within the company will need to use this across multiple projects online and off. How do we licence something like that? Or is it already okay as we have a CC subscription (though not available company wide). Any info appreciated.

 

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Christos

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Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

Anyone who uses the font must either have a Creative Cloud subscription or have a perpetual license for the font obtained elsewhere. For example, if someone wants to use the font in a Word document but doesn't have a CC subscription, they will need to independently license the font.

 

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Anyone who uses the font must either have a Creative Cloud subscription or have a perpetual license for the font obtained elsewhere. For example, if someone wants to use the font in a Word document but doesn't have a CC subscription, they will need to independently license the font.

 

- Dov Isaacs, former Adobe Principal Scientist (April 30, 1990 - May 30, 2021)

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Okay thanks for your reply. 

 

 

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