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What can I do when a client sends a file with a font I don’t have?

When we get a file from someone else, it often includes fonts that we may not have in our system. When we open these files, our system often substitutes a default or a close match font for the included font. In cases like this, it is always good to ask that the sender include the font file with their graphic file. If that is not possible, then you might ask them to convert fonts to curves or, in Illustrator, to outlines prior to sending. 

Read more tips for importing and opening different files types in Corel in the August ’19 issue of A&E

   —A&E Corel Columnist

Doug Zender

Doug Zender

Doug Zender has used CorelDRAW extensively since version 4. His goal is to minimize the intimidation of the program and give users the sense that CorelDRAW is a friend, not an adversary. Doug began as a design artist, then moved into the sign industry in 1992 doing vinyl graphics. You can contact him at [email protected]

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