When you are printing to a file it doesn't really matter if the physical
printer is out there. You are only using the driver and creating a
postscript file, even if you use the SaveAs PDF, a postscript file is
On your Marketing graphics, they should be able to embed their unique fonts
in their graphics, which should get rid of that problem.
Sr. Technical Writer
[mailto:framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Lea Galanter
Sent: Friday, September 11, 2009 9:54 AM
To: Scott White
Cc: Frame Users
Subject: RE: Help: File gone berserk
Thanks for the suggestion, Scott. I'll do that to get the offending
fonts out of my docs.
Meanwhile, I discovered that my problem was with my printer, even though
I was creating a PDF. I had switched to a different printer (because the
"good" printer I normally use was out of service for the day).
Apparently, the printer didn't have the "offending" fonts installed, but
why that should totally prevent me from creating a PDF is strange.
Normally I just receive a font warning but I'm able to create the PDF. I
use Frame 8 right now but I wonder if this problem (and I view it as a
bug) exists in Frame 9?
Lead Technical Editor and Writer
Attenex, an F T I company
lgalanter at attenex.com