# How can I make Illustrator recognize Linux Libertine fonts? [duplicate]

I use MikTeX 2.9/pdfLaTeX on my Windows 7 machine to compile the following document, typeset in Linux Libertine font:

\pdfoutput=1
\documentclass{scrreprt}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage{libertine}
\usepackage[protrusion=true,expansion=true]{microtype}
\begin{document}
My text
\end{document}

The document compiles without errors and warnings. I need to edit this document (well, others like it) in Adobe Illustrator CS6, but when I open it, I get the error messsage:

Die Schrift LinLibertineT fehlt.
Betroffener Text wird mit einer Ersatzschrift angezeigt.

Translated to English:

The font LinLibertineT is missing.
The affected text will be displayed with a replacement font.

I downloaded and installed the TTF and OTF fonts from the Linux Libertine website, but Adobe Illustrator still does not recognize the font. I poked around in the Libertine package on CTAN, and there is a file called LinLibertineT.pfb that has a promising filename, but I could not figure out how to use it.

Is there a way to install the Libertine font in such a way that Adobe Illustrator can open my document?

Alternatively, I could try to use the fonts in a different way, for example by using XeTeX, but is not without problems itself (microtype). I would prefer persuading Illustrator to work with the current pdf.