Use local fonts
When you view a PDF documentwhich has fonts which are not
embedded, you can use the Adobe Acrobat function Use Local Fonts.
The following will happen:
- Use Local Fonts is off. Adobe Acrobat uses the fonts of the PDF document and substitutes all fonts which are not embedded. This
font substitution will always happen, even if the fonts are installed
on the computer where you are viewing the PDF document. This will give you an impression
of how someone else will see the PDF document on his or her computer. This
may sometimes result in incorrect character spacing or distorted
- Use Local Fonts is on. Adobe Acrobat uses the fonts on the computer
where you are viewing the PDF document.
|Figure 1. Use Local Fonts off (A) and on (B)