Anneke von den Hoff wrote:

> (I always assumed that when my software knows the font, the printer does 
> also....)

It's the other way around.

What Art was warning you about is that some printer drivers will report 
to your PC the fonts that are installed on the physical printer, and the 
PC will treat those fonts as if they are installed on the PC -- except 
of course, such fonts cannot be embedded in a PDF.  Setting Acrobat as 
your default printer eliminates the possibility of problems from that 

If you want to have a physical printer as your default in programs other 
than Framemaker, I recommend the Setprint plug-in from Sundorne:


Stuart Rogers
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Phoenix Geophysics Limited
Toronto, ON, Canada
+1 (416) 491-7340 x 325

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