You don't mention whether the printers are PS printers or not; if so
they may have resident fonts which aren't invoked on your system.

I'd set the Printer metrics line in maker.ini to ON, to get accurate
screen display. And I'd also set the Adobe distiller printer instance
as the default.

Art

On 4/18/07, L MORITSUGU <lmoritsugu at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm using FM 6.5, Mac, in Classic. I was printing to a Laserwriter Select
> 360, through an AsanteTalk bridge, and everything looked as it should.
>
> I've just switched to a Lexmark E120n laser printer. Now it prints Helvetica
> bold oblique and Helvetica oblique with an additional slant. (I have not
> checked if this is also happening with other fonts.)
>
> I've reinstalled the fonts, then installed a different version (from a
> colleague) of the fonts into the System 9 Fonts folder, and restarted FM,
> with no change.
>
> This also happened, before I switched the printers (machines), when I made
> pdfs from the FM files, either using a.) Save as, then Distiller, or b.)
> Print to file, then Distiller.
>
> It's probably something obvious, but I don't get it. Any ideas?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Louise Moritsugu
>
>
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