Hello everyone !
First of all sorry for my English and sorry if this isn't the right forum to ask this question. I don't know why but I can't create it in the indesign forum(which i think would be the best regarding my question)...
So here is my "problem". I'm creating a new files with a special font(helvetica). The printer wants a .pdf file with the fonts vectorized. I understand the problem he might have if he doesnt have the typo.
Till now I was allways using 3 files, the original one, a copy of it with the vectorized text and then I export the vectorized one as .pdf
But Is there a way when exporting as .pdf to "vectorize all the text in this document" ? So I don't have to use 2 differents indesign files(normal one and vectorized one) which is getting really boring...
I hope that you understood my problem and can help me out !
The best way to do it is actually during export using the transparency flattener, but what you need to do varies wit the version of ID that you use.
See Possible bug: oulining text w/ flattener in CS5 for a complete discussion