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Using an Adobe font in logo design

Sep 7, 2011 7:26 AM

I own Adobe CS3 and CS4 Design Premium.

 

I wish to use the font Bickham Script Pro in the design of a logo for a client.

 

I have been trying to determine if I am allowed to do this.

 

Can anyone tell me if I can design a logo for a client to use with their business and web site?

 

Thanks,

Stephen

 
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    Sep 7, 2011 8:29 AM   in reply to RedRanger

    Stephen,

     

    As soon as your logo design is finished you will turn the characters into outlines and you’re done. All fine!

     

    - Michael

     
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    Sep 8, 2011 8:13 PM   in reply to RedRanger

    (1)     You don't own the software; you've licensed it and own the media.

     

    (2)     There is no restriction whatsoever on using any Adobe-sourced font in a logo design or any other design as long as you don't give the client the font file itself. You can give them a PDF or EPS file with the font embedded and that is perfectly fine and compliant with the license agreement. Converting the text to outlines is a very bad idea. It can terribly degrade quality.

     

              - Dov

     
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    See my response on behalf of Adobe. Converting text to outlines is absolutely not necessary and in fact will degrade quality.

     

              - Dov

     
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