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Old 05-08-2021, 09:44 PM   #18
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I don't know how much you have looked into stuff, but are you aware off issues such as whether you need to embed a font in your PDF (assuming it's allowed). I assume that if it's a ubiquitous font that doesn't matter, but best to find out.

https://www.printivity.com/insights/...fonts-in-pdfs/
Well aware, thanks. And I'm also aware that many of the fonts available for free off the Internet are not licensed for use in PDFs and/or e-books. That's why I purchased a "modest" collection of 7,500 fonts that are all fully licensed for all commercial uses.

It's a start ...
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