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How do you Fonts in Keynote for Mac? As far as I know you can. Though many macOS apps support font ding (InDesign PowerPoint etc) font ding isn supported in Keynote. If you do a bit of google searching youll find workarounds such as save your keynote presentation as a PDF or turn your slides into images and use them . But actually ding the fonts like you can (if the font has the appropriate licence) in Office under Windows? Nope sorry. Quite frankly the entire issue of font ding the various s of ding (read only editable installable) even under Windows is a bit of a mess anyhow. So perhaps not supporting the ding at all is actually a wise thing. More often than not when a client wants to buy a custom font for use in Microsoft Office the fontpanies or designers seem to be pretty clueless about Office focusing more on professional solutions such as InDesign etc. It usually takes a few tries to get the font right (sigh)
You can not fonts in InDesign unless you are placing PDF or EPS file with fonts. Read this thread on Adobe Community for more details How do you fonts in an InDesign Document? s
InDesign doesn't the font automatically. If you just share the file with someone and if the font is not available on the other person system it will show the font is missing. But there is an option to make a Package and then you can share it with another person or save the file for future reference. This package is more like a folder with subfolders where all the images used in that InDesign document fonts print-ready file and few properties are saved. Now you can share that package with anyone the other person can install those fonts and start using the file. This process is mandatory if you are sharing that doc for print. If you are just making a PDF then you don't need to fonts or make the package. Hope that answers your question.
There are a few PDF to INDD converters online none could help to solve the issue effectively. As Bob mentioned the workaround would be to convert PDF to Word in Acrobat & place it in InDesign. However you can expect perfect conversion. For a couple of conversions you may think spending time however if it a large volume I would rmend outsourcing it to a professional graphic designpanies like HabileData who can do it on your behalf accurately & quickly at affordable rates.
Would you pls be more specific on how you convert the word to PDF format?nAre you using any PDF converters or not? Anyway I am here introducing some ways to convert word to PDF. 1. If you are using MS Word 27 you could directly save as PDF file format. But pls note you need to download a addon to do this job if it is MS Word 27. Here is addon downloading addressn 2. Use the free online PDF converter service for exapmle Zamzar() or PDF24() by using such service what you need to do is simply upload the file and click convert and then download the converted files immediately or via Email. 3. Use the desktop PDF converter tools such as Nitro PDF() or Nemo PDF() these desktop tools always have powerful converting features available such as batch conversion partial conversion PDF merge PDF split and so on. And they always cost some money. But they always offer the trial version people could kindly try them and decide whether to buy or not. 4. Adobe Acrobat(s) the reason why I put it at last is that the tool is so expensive and professional that not so suitable formon people. But anyway it is really a powerful one that is introduced by the famouspany Adobe Inc.
The correct way to export depends on your final output device but I'm not sure that's your problem.n nIt seems like the first application that generates the illustration isn't ding aplete font set when it exports to EPS. It may be only ding the screen fonts and not the printer fonts.n nHave you tried forcing the to outline when you export from InDesign? I would investigate the font ding settings and look for a force to outline in your export options.n nAnother quick fix is to stop fighting it and just place a box with an opaque white background over the problem in the illustration on the layout and reset the using a font you know will exportpletely to your final PDF.
You can definitively s including PDF files and share your indd without concerns of the receiver not viewing nor being able to process the indd file due to the lack of the asset. However ding is never a promoted habit as the indd file could be corrupted and you will also loose the ressource. Plus it takes more ressources to work with the file. You may think of sharing a package instead. It will be almost the same in terms of weight and it will be better for working with the file. HTH Loic Aigon