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How to abide by license agreements

Tiffany, on Typophile, states this: I consider all fonts licensed a business expense. I only send PDFs to printers. It solves the problem of having to send fonts to printers. I also only give clients PDFs as proofs. I never give the client the raw materials. And, unfortunately, yes. We were all violating the EULAS to which we had agreed when licensing the fonts. O:^o That is the rub. If you have to give the printer the files they must have a license to the fonts. The only other work-a-round is to only license fonts from foundries that allow this. There are very, very few of these foundries. If you have to give the client the raw files then anyone who gets the file needs to have a license for the fonts. You can always build this into your estimate on the job and then license for them.

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