I'd like to use Adobe Garamond for the book interior I'm designing, but am thinking ahead to the ebook conversion and want to make sure that it's safe for that. And if not Adobe Garamond, then which serif typeface is recommended? btw, I really don't want to use Times Roman.
Do you mean a regular e-Pub? Users can change the font to their liking -- or at least, they can if you don't force one upon them. That is, if they are using an e-pub viewer that supports embedded fonts. Not all do.
(It is possible to have an e-pub use any font you specify, using the "embed fonts" checkbox on exporting. But embedding fonts will force InDesign to encrypt the e-pub and thus make afterwards editing it much more difficult.)
Hmmm. I understand they can change the font to their liking, but in terms of when I convert the file, and what each ebook reader will accept as far as the best file format, that's what I'm concerned about.
Thanks for the response.