You should distill on your home computer.

You're confusing, or merging the actions of two different programs.
Frame will remember the missing fonts on any computer just fine, but
it substitutes for those fonts if they're missing.

But when you generate a PDF, you use Acrobat and embed the fonts that
are actually used in the document. As far as Acrobat is concerned, the
fonts it sees are the ones it users. So if you're on a system without
the correct fonts... it will use the fonts that Frame substituted. And
embed those.


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On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 9:06 AM, Howard Rauch
<techtransfer at> wrote:
> Ths is perhaps an elementary question. I have to finish a project off-site. I 
> am using another person's computer, but?working on?my own? computer through 
> remote access. I need to distill a book to PDF, but the computer I am using 
> does not have all the fonts. "Remember Missing Font Names" is turned on. If I 
> distill the book on this computer and send the file to the offset printer, 
> will the correct fonts be included int printed document? Or am I better off 
> waiting until I can distil the book on my own?computer?
> Howard Rauch
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