are for both Mac and PC users
Include all fonts used in your files
Postscript fonts - Mac: include both screen (suitcases) and
printer fonts PC: include .pfm and pfb files for each font.
Postscript fonts are always preferred over true type
True Type fonts - Mac: these have suitcases only. PC: these
have .ttf files only
Multiple Master Postscript fonts cause problems, we suggest
that you do not use these.
Dont use fonts with city names (Chicago, Geneva, New York
etc.) they usually default to courier
Choose the actual bold or italic versions of font instead of
clicking B or I in font palette.
Using the palette choices may look fine on the screen and on
your printout but if the postscript printer font for bold or
Italic does not exist, a font substitution will occur when we
use our high end equipment.
Some fonts have built in restrictions that do not allow them
to be imbedded in a pdf file. Be aware of this and if it happens,
you will additionally need to provide us with the fonts on disk.
is suggested that final Illustrator and Freehand files have
their fonts converted to outlines.