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font embedding

Including fonts in a document in order to be able to render a particular typeface in a computer that does not have the same font installed. Fonts can be embedded in documents such as Acrobat PDF files (see Acrobat) as well as in Web pages (see Microsoft font embedding and TrueDoc).
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Although a few font embedding schemes have been attempted, unless text is converted into slow-loading graphics, it is near-impossible to "voice" a document with type.
The Job Option box tells the Acrobat Distiller how to create the PDF file by including basic instructions, such as resolution of the final file, the page size, compression, font embedding, RGB or CMYK color space, color profiling information, overprinting specifications, transfer functions, and other required details.
Users can create PDF files directly from the CAD file, determine the best conversion settings for resolution, line widths, and font embedding automatically, transfer hyperlinks from the CAD drawing to the PDF drawing, transfer block attributes or file properties from the CAD drawing to the PDF drawing, add custom properties for text searches, embed data files within the PDF drawing as compressed attachments, and create digital signature boxes on the PDF drawing.