To make outlines from a font you need the font outline shapes which are...in the font files. So, you can't do it because you don't have the font. Just impossible.
Thanks, just curious since a .pdf can be flattened in Illustrator & there is an option to make fonts outlines.
Thanks for the help.
And to add a postscript (not a PostScript) to this discussion, even if you had the fonts to provide the outlines, outlining text is really a bad idea for any number of reasons including (1) inability to subsequently edit the text in InDesign, (2) much lower print and display quality due to lack of font hinting (geometric scaling with outlines as opposed to intelligent scaling with fonts), and (3) inability to search and/or do text touch-up in Acrobat.
Ironically, some really misguided print service providers act like Luddites, requiring customers to outline all text. Adobe strongly recommends against this practice!!!
You are right that Illustrator can outline fonts, but again, only if you have the font file.