If you follow the directions to Embed Fonts in a PDF document that has a program that creates an HTML or PDF file, then you need one of the following systems installed: Windows 98 or above Microsoft Office 2023 or above OpenOffice.org or .NET How to Embed Fonts in PDF — Design & Illustration Nov 25, 2023 — With Microsoft Office 2003, the embed text feature is a very common feature. If you don't use Microsoft Office, then you can easily create your fonts from within any other program that can read files from the Fonts' folder for the .of/.not or the .TTF format. Designing or Illustrating with Embedded Fonts Apr 6, 2023 — If you use Adobe Illustrator, you can convert the .TTF files to a .of/.not format and embed them in a PDF by navigating to File > Convert to .of/.not for your specific application. How to Embed Fonts into PDF Documents Designing or Illustrating with Embedded Fonts Nov 25, 2023 — If you find your font is already embedded in a PDF, it's time to make a new document with this embedded font. To do so, go to File > Create New Document. How to Embed Fonts in PDFs Apr 6, 2023 — To get to the font embed settings, go to File > Document Properties. If you look at the tab Microsoft Office Style and the following paragraphs, you'll see there appears to be several options for fonts in a PDF file. These are as follows: This method seems much simpler. If you try these methods and your fonts still won't print, or they are simply not usable, then go back to the beginning and do the following steps: First locate the desired font, then click on its icon in the top toolbar. Select Save to save your font to a new image. When you save this new image, choose Image > Adjust Image Size. In order to add this font to the document, you'll need to have this font installed and the software installed. Open or download a PDF document of the desired font. Now, when you open the PDF document, the font is already in the document.