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Options - Personalize
Some specific data can be stored inside your fonts. To change these font related settings, select Options from the Tools menu and then click the Personalize tab. Leave a field empty, if you don't want to include that information.
Some fields can be modified within the Edit Naming Field window accessed by pressing the [...] button. To test your links, do click the Web/Earth icon.
Within this field you can use the tag <year> which will automatically be replaced with the current year on generating your font.
Embeddable fonts may be stored in a document. When a document with embedded fonts is opened on a system that does not have the font installed (the remote system), the embedded font may be loaded for temporary (and in some cases, permanent) use on that system by an embedding-aware application.
Fonts that have none of the flags set are installable embedding fonts. Fonts with this setting indicate that they may be embedded and permanently installed on the remote system by an application. The user of the remote system acquires the identical rights, obligations and licenses for that font as the original purchaser of the font, and is subject to the same end-user license agreement, copyright, design patent, and/or trademark as was the original purchaser.
Fonts with this flag set indicate that they may be embedded in documents, but must only be installed temporarily on the remote system. In contrast to Preview & Print fonts, documents containing Editable fonts may be opened "read-write;" editing is permitted, and changes may be saved.
Fonts with this flag set indicate that they may be embedded within documents but must only be installed temporarily on the remote system. Any document which includes a Preview & Print embedded font must be opened "read-only;" the application must not allow the user to edit the document; it can only be viewed and/or printed.
Fonts that have this flag set must not be modified, embedded or exchanged in any manner without first obtaining permission of the legal owner.