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What about commercial use of Cambria and Cambria Math OTF fonts? I mean whether a publishing house could take these fonts to print my book? As far as I know, the Cambria fonts are included with Windows 7.

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closed as off topic by Sveinung, topskip, mafp, Stefan Kottwitz Mar 4 '13 at 9:44

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Printing should be allowed but you should be careful. Some font licences require that you make your pdfs read-only. Also there may be restrictions about embedding your font files. Finally, I suspect that your publisher may only edit your files if they have a font licence too. (Your publisher may want to change parts of the text and/or add text in the preamble.) – Marc van Dongen Mar 4 '13 at 8:58
This question is not Tex-related. – Sveinung Mar 4 '13 at 9:11

Sure. You can buy Cambria fonts and use them like any other fonts.

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