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Using fonts bundled with Adobe applications

New Here ,
Jun 02, 2014 Jun 02, 2014

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I use the Adobe CS6 Design & Premium / Middle East Version.

I have a question regarding the use of the fonts bundled with Adobe applications.

I design and sell greeting cards  and printable items you can download and print at home or at a print house.

Before I send the file  to a client I convert the type to a shape (Photoshop) or create outlines (Illustrator/Indesign) and sometimes I send a pdf file.

Am I allowed to use these fonts for these purposes??

Is it ok to use these fonts that way?

One more question,

How can I find out if a font is bundled with Adobe or installed with my OS? is there a list of adobe fonts that are installed with CS6?

Hope to hear from you soon

Thank you!!

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LEGEND ,
Jun 03, 2014 Jun 03, 2014

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it is an allowed use. But if you are sending them a pdf, you need to convert the fonts to outline nor rasterize it. Adobe allows embedding of their fonts in pdf files. However, not all font houses allow this. If you have a font that doesn’t allow embedding, the Adobe app will not embed the font.

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