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Adobe PostScript Type 1 is a worldwide standard for digital type fonts (International Standards Organization outline font standard, ISO 9541). Adobe Systems was a pioneer for Type 1 for use in PostScript printers. Adobe has set the standards for the design and manufacturing of the Type 1 software. Hundreds of companies around the world followed suit, designing and releasing more than 30,000 fonts in the Type 1 format.
OpenType is technically an extension of Microsoft's TrueType Open format, which can contain either PostScript font outlines (.otf) or TrueType font outlines (.ttf). OpenType.otf fonts are recognized and rendered onscreen by a PostScript rasterizer, like Adobe Type Manager® (ATM®), which is either installed as an add-on system software component or built directly into the operating system. Macintosh Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows® 2000, Windows XP, and all later Windows operating systems that have built in support for OpenType and Type 1 fonts. OpenType fonts peacefully co-exist with current font formats and used in the same document alongside Type 1 and TrueType fonts.
Licensed users of the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite enjoy extended embedding rights for a select portion of the Adobe Type Library. Have you directly licensed from Adobe any of the 800+ Adobe Fonts listed on the Additional License Rights page that are identified as "available for licensed DPS users"? If yes, you may embed copies of the font software into your DPS content without any additional license extensions or per-use costs. These extended embedding rights are limited to distribution of such embedded fonts solely as part of your content distributed in Adobe's proprietary file format for DPS (".folio file") that is made available to end users for viewing purposes only as part of the Customer Viewer.
Many of these fonts are also available with a perpetual desktop license purchase or via Typekit font sync. If you have a separate End User License Agreement (EULA) for a font which allows you to use it in desktop software, you may continue to use it. Be sure to read the EULA carefully to understand what use is allowed. 2b1af7f3a8