The fonts in your image reference the specific library on your computer. If these fonts are still editable, they will not match up when we try to look over your files. This is a simple problem to resolve by converting fonts to curves, outlines or rasterized objects, depending on the software you are working in.
In Corel, you must first convert your text to a curve object.
- Using the Pick Tool, select the Text.
- Go to Arrange > Convert to Curves.
Or, just right click on the text while it is selected and choose Convert to Curves.
Illustrator allows you to convert your live fonts to outlines. To convert text to outlines, do the following:
- Select the type object you are trying to convert.
- Choose Type > Create.
In Photoshop, you must rasterize the type layer. Before you rasterize a vector layer, always duplicate it by choosing:
- Layer > Duplicate. Then, rasterize the copy.
- Choose Type > Rasterize Type Layer.