Originally Posted by HarryT
Exactly - that was precisely my point. By all means use embedded fonts for such things as titles, but please, Mr. Publisher, leave the choice of body font to the reader.
But that's how it's done. Why do you think it's a forcing of an embedded font on the reader? I would think it's harder to override an embedded font if it's placed in all the different paragraph styles. When you look at the default ADE font, you find that it's not all that nice. It has fake italics that in the serif body font doesn't look nice.