I am trying to work with a document in InDesign. There are some PFM and Type 1 fonts in the document that can't be found. I have them in a folder on my computer but don't know how to make them available. I downloaded Adobe Type Manager Light, but am running Windows 7 SP1 and the exe file doesn't work. I also watched a tutorial about fonts, but can't find the folder that the person was talking about in the video. Can someone help me?
Moving to Indesign forum.
Hopefully you have not damaged Windows by trying to install ATM. Windows 7 has native T1 type support built in.
To make them available in Windows, Presuming they are actually Windows format fonts, you would right-click the font and choose Install Font, or CS6 or CC you can put them in a folder named Document Fonts in the same directory as the .indd file, and they will be availble to that file alone.
Note that Mac format fonts are completley useless on Windows. They're easy to spot, though -- they'll show a file size of 0 bytes in Explorer.