embedding


Embedding (fonts) is the process of building fonts into documents or web pages so that they can be used without being installed locally (a typical feature of PDF files and Microsoft Word documents).

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A special embedding licence is required to use the fonts in electronic books rrespective of whether the device contains the font data or merely the designs of the fonts. This licence is available directly online on the font ordering page.
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.
The embedding of fonts in PDF documents is allowed provided that you set embedding to prevent the extraction of the fonts. 
The embedding of fonts in PDF documents is allowed, provided that you set embedding to prevent the extraction of the fonts and you use font subsetting.
When you output your job, the easiest method is to send PDF or PostScript files to the printer, as this eliminates the need for the printer to use the fonts. If your printer or service bureau needs to work with the fonts, you can get a Service Licence extension for...

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Typotheque Webfont Service Licence Agreement, for server hosted web fonts using @font-face declaration.