Originally Posted by RWood
The best way to check font propertiesin Windows is to use the Microsoft Font Properties Extension Tool.
First, its free. Second, it enhances the visible Properties box for True Type, Open Type, and Clear Type fonts. In Windows Explorer, just open the Fonts subdirectory under Windows and right click on the font. From the drop down menu select Properties and then click on the Embedded tab. The top part of the box will explain the embedding properties for that font.
Okay well all the paragraphs say it's allowed.... last paragraph says this. Restricted license embedding no embedding allowed, font may not be embedded in doc........ well I just checked on Arial and it says the same thing and arial can be used so something is just plain screwy here....
Just call me a trouble maker at this point, LOL