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License Question for using the font 'Myriad Pro'on my own products

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Mar 16, 2016 Mar 16, 2016

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We are going to use Myriad Pro font by printing the logo on my products.(for example, shoes, cases, clothes and so on)

If I buy the font 'Myriad Pro' in this site, Myriad Pro® - Desktop font « MyFonts

Can I use the font for printing the logo on my own products?

I need clear answer now.

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Mar 17, 2016 Mar 17, 2016
If you license the font via Adobe directly (Font Folio or Typekit) or via our partner, Fontspring (Adobe | Fontspring), the answer is that there are no restrictions against your printing the logo on your products using Myriad Pro or for that matter embedding the fonts in PDF or EPS representations of such logos. You obviously cannot distribute the font files themselves. And you can't use these fonts as “web fonts.”For any other provider of Adobe fonts, you would be subject to the EULA that such ...

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If you license the font via Adobe directly (Font Folio or Typekit) or via our partner, Fontspring (Adobe | Fontspring), the answer is that there are no restrictions against your printing the logo on your products using Myriad Pro or for that matter embedding the fonts in PDF or EPS representations of such logos. You obviously cannot distribute the font files themselves. And you can't use these fonts as “web fonts.”

For any other provider of Adobe fonts, you would be subject to the EULA that such provider has. In the case of MyFonts, you would need to consult with them directly as to what their EULA would allow or not allow.

            - Dov

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

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