Date: Tue, 18 Apr 2000 14:41:43 -0400
Reply-To: Rodney Sparapani <rodney.sparapani@DUKE.EDU>
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From: Rodney Sparapani <rodney.sparapani@DUKE.EDU>
Organization: Duke Clinical Research Institute
Subject: Re: 12 pt font size and the FDA
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I tried to, but some people run away from the light; others towards it.
> Rodney Sparapani wrote:
> > Xemu:
> > I think you have missed the point. Here's the excerpt:
> > We cannot guarantee the availability of any one font. Therefore, you should
> > embed all fonts you are using in the PDF files to ensure that those fonts will
> > always be available to the reviewer. When embedding fonts, all characters for
> > the font should be embedded, not just a subset of the fonts being used in the
> > document. One problem associated with embedding fonts is that embedding
> > requires additional computer storage space. Three techniques to help limit the
> > storage space taken by embedding fonts include:
> I've missed the point ???????
> What point ???????
> Please enlighten me !!!!!
WWLD? (What Would Lombardi Do?)
Was "Name That Tune" Rigged?
Rodney Sparapani, Duke Clinical Research Institute
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