Adobe Type Manager (ATM) and both the screen and printer fonts (two files) for PostScript fonts are required in order to properly view and print.
What does PSF stand for?
PSF stands for Postscript Fonts (Adobe)
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Vector graphics are important to the web, because unlike bitmapped images - and like PostScript fonts - they are easy to resize without getting jagged around the edges.
TrueDoc allows document creators to embed TrueType and PostScript fonts into their documents to ensure the visual fidelity of the documents regardless of the system on which they are viewed.
Unlike most other CAD programs, DesignCAD 3D for Windows also handles Adobe PostScript fonts.
0 from Adobe, with complete support for OpenType PostScript fonts, Asian and Eastern European character sets, and CMYK bitmaps.
The Image Club product line includes the Typeface Library, a collection of over 725 TrueType and PostScript fonts available for Macintosh, PC and Windows-based computers; DigitArt, a 29-volume collection of nearly 10,000 Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) clip art files ranging from cartoons to woodcuts; Art & TypeVendor CD ROM, which compiles both the complete font library and the DigitArt clip art collection on one CD that utilizes vendor unlocking technology pioneered by Image Club; and PhotoGear, a four-volume collection on CD of super-high-resolution photographic backgrounds, textures and business images for customizing or placing in publications.
FontDoctor will scan a user's font folders (on local hard drives or over a network) to locate and repair common font illnesses, including missing PostScript fonts, missing bitmaps, corrupt/damaged fonts, font ID conflicts, extra font sizes, mixed fonts types, and lots more.
Initially, DTP OnLine is offering Macintosh PostScript fonts.