Include Fonts in PDF File — Use this technique if you have multiple font files in InDesign. If each font file has a unique format, a PDF file would not be easy. To include all the fonts in your document, use the following structure: How to Add OpenType Font in InDesign CC? An Adobe-signed OpenType font is included with Creative Cloud Libraries. The font is not included with Creative Cloud Suite (i.e, Creative Suite for iOS, Android, and Desktop). You can use the font files provided by the OpenType vendor to inclusion the font in InDesign— Creative Cloud A PDF file could be linked to an OpenType font so that when you print— Adobe Support How to include fonts in PDF as InDesign file? Here, we will demonstrate a couple of ways to include .font files in a PDF file. 1. To include an Adobe-signed OpenType font in a PDF file 1.1. The link method 1.2. The file format (CS/A) 2. To include the fonts automatically 2.1. The link method 2.2. The file format (CS/A) Here is a sample of a PDF file that contains the word processor's standard fonts in case you would like to use this example as a basis for developing a project that includes OpenType fonts. The first thing I would add before the fonts is the text font's name; I would like to link the font to my file so that when you print—you would see the file, its name in the Info panel, and the text font in the PDF preview. Creating PDF File that includes OpenType Fonts 1. Select Image, then in the “Type” drop select OpenType fonts. Then choose all your fonts, then click OK. 2. Right-click on the PDF icon in the Document menu and choose Save As. 3. Copy your file—The location is a bit tricky. Right-click on your PDF file and click Open. You will get this window with some options for opening your file (in the PDF preview).