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Embedding fonts in the file

You have made some incredible flyers and signs in your time and they looked fabulous when you printed them out. But did you ever have the disappointment of calling up your file on someone else's computer and your file was all in boring Cambria? This happens because the fonts available on the font list are specific to each individual computer. If you use a special font that you've added to your machine or you have a recent machine loaded with bells and whistles not available on an older computer, your carefully chosen typeface may have to be substituted with a universal font.

To prevent this from happening, go up to the File menu and down to Options, click on Save, and down at the bottom there's a checkbox for Embed fonts in the file. This will include all of the font information needed for your special fonts. You do have two options. The first one will embed only the characters that are actually in your document. That will keep the file size down, but if you do an...

Embedding fonts in the file
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Embedding fonts in the file provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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