I have read several questions here but none of them helped me; most are from 4-5 years ago.
I developed a word document using the Latin Modern font, which you can find in several places out there and which should have a pretty "open" license (I didn't check though).
Now I want to get a PDF from it. So:
I use the built-in PDF feature in Word 2013: word is not able to embed the font inside the PDF, so it gets bitmap-ed resulting in a low quality, big size file which is not really what I'm looking for. I know I could increase DPIs, but the resulting size is really unwanted.
I use things like Nitro PDF Reader: same, no embedding.
It's like the
otf files I installed are missing some "embeddable" attribute. I noticed they are very old also, but I haven't found some more recent release.
- From word, I use Print and select some virtual PDF printer, like PDFCreator: the font is embedded (neat when zooming, and very small size), but the file is totally missing bookmarks and hyperlinks, which is something I really need.
How can I workaround this?
I need to embed the font and have internal links in the resulting file (both hyperlinks and bookmarks).