Using fonts

The Publish To PDF feature lets you control how fonts are output to PDF documents. You can embed fonts or base 14 fonts, and convert True Type to Type 1 fonts. Embedding fonts causes the file size to increase but makes a PDF file more portable since the fonts do not have to reside on other systems. If you embed base 14 fonts CorelDRAW, adds the fonts to your system; this eliminates font variances on different systems. The base 14 PostScript fonts are resident on all PostScript devices. Converting True Type to Type 1 fonts can increase file size if there are many fonts in a file.

To embed fonts in a document

1 Click File, Publish To PDF.

2 Click the Objects tab.

3 Enable the Embed Fonts In Document check box.

To embed base 14 fonts

1 Click File, Publish To PDF.

2 Click the Objects tab.

3 Enable the Embed Base 14 Fonts check box.

To convert True Type fonts to Type 1 fonts

1 Click File, Publish To PDF.

2 Click the Objects tab.

3 Enable the Convert True Type To Type 1 check box.

• When you publish to the Web, you should not choose to include the base 14 fonts as this increases file size.

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