Re: Printers, Fonts, Networks

Subject: Re: Printers, Fonts, Networks
From: Robert Plamondon <robert -at- PLAMONDON -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 29 May 1995 11:33:20 PDT

>Our Technical Communications group is faced with a quandary. Our company is
>going to a Windows NT network environment. According to our information
>technology people, we can only use TrueType fonts in this environment.
>Our company's Graphics Department, which we use to get our finished
>publications printed, has an Imagesetter and a Xerox Docutech. According to
>them, the Imagesetter will only accept Adobe Type I fonts. But if we use Adobe
>fonts, we are told that we can't print drafts to our networked printers.

Your description makes it sound as if your company is managed by morons,
and that all decisions are made at too high a level, so that the
people who have to live with the consequences of decisions have no
influence on them. If this is the case, you should update your resume
first, and try to get some support and attention from managment second.

-- Robert


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