Re: Warm and Fuzzy Documentation
Right but Scott, would this do the job anyway? Even if the client
purchased the fonts, wouldn't all the customers have to purchase
the fonts, if the docs are to be delivered in Windows?
I'm not a font expert, but I do remember this from somewhere.
Yes, you are correct. But I inferred, and I hope correctly, that the PDf was for the customer, and the Word file was in order to maintain the document.
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