Is there any advantage to using Type-1 fonts over the other two formats,
It there a way to replace the "problem" Type-1 fonts with TTF or OTF, or use
a 99.9% similar font as a replacement font?
There's no advantage. The main catch is the company I licensed the
fonts from no longer exist, and my license agreement doesn't permit
converting them. Obviously the odds of getting sued are pretty much
zero, but in principle I try to abide by agreements.
I can use NeoOffice for anything that needs that font; it's just kind
of a pain since LO is a better program otherwise.
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