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A quick fix is to just put the .cls file next to the .tex file you're compiling (ie. in the same directory). Perhaps this is not a permanent enough solution for you (eg. if you're going to use this class file in many documents), but this is how I use IEEE's & OSA's journal class files (where once every few years at most I need to use a particular class ...

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Do you know of the fontspec package? According to the documentation it "allows users of either XeTeX or LuaTeX to load OpenType fonts in a LaTeX document. No font installation is necessary, and font features can be selected and used as desired throughout the document." I use it with documents typeset using pdflatex on Mac, simply putting ...

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Essentielly you're missing a pwb.map file which describes the correspondence between the virtual fonts and the actual, type 1 fonts, so that pdflatex or dvips can use them. You install it in your_local_texmf\ fonts\map\adobe` (not abobe!). That done: Add to your local updmap.cfg this line: Map pwb.map Run texhash (TeXLive or MacTeX) or Refresh FNBD ...

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