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Embedding text For print in the local newspaper, I have to save my project in PhotoShop in PDF which I can do. But they said to embed the text. How do I do that?

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Re: Embedding text


when you are going to "Save as..." you choose PDF (obviously =)
then you select your destination and hit okay.

The next window shows you the options for the pdf.
Top asks you how to compress the images and stuff.

at the bottom its about the typefaces. You can either include the type or use vectors as text.
You will want to do the first. This includes the font(s) you used in the PDF. If the Newspaper doesnt have it, the get it with your PDF.

I hope this was what you needed =)

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