I installed Microsoft's TrueType core fonts for the Web on my Linux computer so that I could use popular fonts such as Arial, Courier New, Comic Sans MS, Times New Roman, etc. Can I use these fonts outside my computer, or does the EULA only allow me to use them to display documents on my computer?
Suppose I use a word processing software (e.g. LibreOffice Writer or OpenOffice Writer) to create a text document that uses the Times New Roman typeface.
Am I allowed to print out the document, and give the printed document to other people?
Am I allowed to export the document as a PNG image, and post it on a website (e.g. here on Stack Exchange)?
Am I allowed to export the document as a PDF file, and distribute it publicly through the web?
Note that the PDF file would include an embedded subset of the Times New Roman font, which is probably not allowed by the fonts' EULA. This is what I see in the document properties when I open such a PDF file using a PDF viewer:
I have read the fonts' EULA, but the usage restrictions are not clear to me. I want to be sure that I do not violate the EULA when using the fonts.