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You buy the fonts from a font foundry, like www.adobe.com or http://www.agfamonotype.com. These fonts are not included with
FrameMaker or Acrobat, and I doubt your printer manufacturer provides
Adobe has basic sets for $99. Plus, you should consider font management
software for your fonts, such as ATM 4.1 from Adobe for PostScript
I had problems with fonts being intermittently unavailable on my Windows
system (based on my current printer), and yall said that I need to
the fonts on my computer rather than relying on the printer to carry
Where do I get the fonts? Do they come on a FrameMaker disk? Acrobat
I don't have the installation CDs, so I can't browse them (our IT group
keeps all install CDs).
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