Isn't the problem going to be if you send a Word doc to someone who doesn't have one of these fonts, won't it all just default to Calibri or something anyway?
I never thought about that, would appear to be a pretty big hole in their logic.
Seems like H&Co. still have their heads firmly in print. I can see the benefit their pitching if you print out everything you're working on and hand it over in person, but when I think about how much correspondence is delivered digitally these days it just doesn't seem to make a lot of sense to have this.
Finally they started imitating old Linotype.
Finally a type designer that thinks about the stuff that really matters.