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Hi, my printer has asked that I send over the artwork in eps format, with fonts 'turned to outline';  is this a technical term, or do I just give the font a thin outline?

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Hi Jane,

I think all they wont is for you to remove the fill from the fonts and just leave the stroke colour like my attachment.

Thanks

C

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Posted (edited)

I think the print shop may actually want the text glyphs turned into vectors – converted to filled shapes, not given outlines – rather than the fonts being embedded in the PDF.

Export using menu “File → Export...” then press the More button and select “Text as Curves” from the Embed Fonts drop-down.
When you open the PDF in Acrobat Reader you should see that you cannot select the text and the list of fonts (via Properties) should be empty.

Edited by GarryP
Added basic instructions.

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