The Typotheque End User Licence allows embedding of fonts in documents when you take reasonable measures to prevent font data extraction. Use the option ‘Embed characters in use only’, when creating the document to make the file smaller and to protect the fonts more. This way, the third party users are allowed to print and view the documents, but they are not allowed to edit them. To edit documents with embedded fonts, third party users will need their own font licence.
Currently, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint only support embedding of TrueType fonts.