I'd like to replace the URW-Garamond in my document with Adobe Garamond.
I got the 6 pfb- and pfm-files and couldn't find a way to install it for MikTex.
(Almost) all necessary instructions are given at the above-mentioned link. What you have to do is to download the
pad.zip files. Unzip the contents of pad.zip at the root of a
LocalTeXMF tree. If you do not have one yet, create one first wih
MiKTeX Settings (
Roots tab) (click on the
Add button for this, see image below). Do not unzip in MiKTeX 2.9. Your Local TeXMF tree must be independent from MiKTeX 2.9, else its contents may be deleted on updates.
Then, in your
LocalTeXMF\fontsdirectory, create a
type1 directory and copy the
pfbs in it, renaming them as indicated in
pad.map; do the same for the
pfms (actually, I think these are not really necessary, as TeX uses the
Last step: make your system aware of all the stuff. Refresh the
FNBD (via MiKTeX Settings,
General tab). And last — not least, make dvips know where to grab the real fonts: write in your personal
updmap.cfg the line :
Map pad.map, and run from the console:
updmap --verbose. This will the fonts be mentioned in
psfonts.map and some other files of the sort, that
dvipdfm, &c. read to find type 1 fonts.
Just found a solution.
Unlike agaramon.txt says I had to use