I've just been making some eps files, with CorelDraw 3, using the
standard Adobe Type 1 font Palatino. I assumed I could set the fonts
resident, as of course they are in almost every PS device. However,
they printed as Courier. On looking in the eps I see the font is
called as "Palatino", when the actual PS name should be
"Palatino-Roman". So where is CD finding this erroneous font name so I
can fix it?
This happens with Win 3.1, ATM 2.6 (at work), and also Win95, ATM 4
I can work around by setting the fonts non-resident, but this balloons
the files from 40k to 200k, also it uses some outlines in the files,
which look fine but aren't the Type 1 outlines.
I only recently started using CD3, after several years using CD2;
ironically one of the major attarctions was to be able to use ATM
Making eps with CD2 using a WFN font equivalent to a Type 1 never had