A very common requirement is:
- To package an InDesign file so that it and all dependent files such as linked images are bundled in one file that can be sent to a third party to work on it further...
- ...but to exclude fonts from this bundle because they are licenced only to the computer the file was created on, and the third party need to get their own.
InDesign's "Package" feature
File > Package does this, but while it lists all fonts, it doesn't seem to offer any way to exclude them from the package.
What am I missing? How can I bundle everything except the fonts?
I've tried researching this and all I get is pages and pages of beginners' tutorials on packaging InDesign files, none of which mention how to exclude fonts.
InDesign's Package feature even includes a popup message warning against packaging fonts ("Restrictions apply to copying font software..."), but seemingly no obvious way to remove the fonts from the bundle?