When trying to upload a PDF to an interactive site I get the announcement:"The attached PDF file references a non-embedded font Tahoma. Please remove file, embed the font and reattach." How do I embed this, or in fact any other font ?

When trying to upload a PDF to an interactive site I get the announcement: "The attached PDF file references a non-embedded font Tahoma. Please remove file, embed the font and reattach."
I could not get rid of the Tahoma font in the WORD file.
How do I embed this, or in fact any other font ?

Thank you very much !
Indeed, I was unaware of the enormous number of options that can be selected when converting a WORD file to PDF.
I went thru the settings and found the right one for embedding the fonts.
Thanks again !
Oren

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