A design team threw up his hands and confronts the fact that the lead model in much more expensive and longer than the mark up on the new. However, such problems do not occur only rarely printing company. Often, even the professionals who know the whole publishing process, as the picture on the mat mice are not immune from a simple lack of some fonts. The following is to make a small digression. A consequence of the presence of such problems is the existence of two sets of fonts: TrueType – for office systems, and Type1 (for printing). From the perspective of a simple user is no difference between them: Select the text you selected in the font name, sent a document to the printer and ready. But here's the action taking place between the printer and text editor, in each case differ dramatically, so often in print printing text in TrueType, will not succeed.
Even cross-platform PDF-file does not help here: TrueType typeface just porushat the entire file. It seems there is no problem, sort of like enough to buy and install Type1, and you can safely do layout. But the problem is that these products are designed for printing and publishing, so their sets are expensive. and what do those small businesses and entrepreneurs, just who can not afford to pay big bucks for desktop publishing, and print a leaflet really want? What can be done in printing for beginners who know function 'Create Booklet' in MS Word, but are unable to or unwilling to understand the subtleties of prepress? Fairly good option is to use a converter box. It allows you to finally merge the two realities into one. It's simple – you 'print' to impose a booklet on the virtual printer and the result is a file that is stored exactly your registration. Incidentally, PDF, obtained in this way, 'will understand' TrueType, since the document placed in a raster image, which parameters can be set so that the print quality will not differ from that obtained in the traditional way. No matter what the hidden features of training you do not take into account – your brochure will always look the way you want.