I have a question concerning the font licensing in the case of a EU-funded book project. The project aim is to increase the co-operation between the Finnish companies and students etc.
I am doing the layout for a book that will have around 100-200 copies printed. The book, as far as I'm aware, will not be sold but given away to companies, schools and students. Partly the aim is for it to be promotional material to my university. It also will be available as a PDF book on the Finnish website for university theses.
As I'm a student, the font licencing aspects still are quite confusing, so I might be asking something very basic:
Can this project be considered completely non-commercial?
Can I freely use the fonts available on the university computers for the printed book, say, Garamond or Futura?
Font licensing can be confusing. It totally depends on the font foundry license for a particular font.
Your best bet might be to go to find open source fonts. Do a Google search on "open source fonts," and you'll sources like Google where they are available.