You can gather the files you’ve used, including fonts (except Chinese, Korean, and Japanese) and linked graphics, for easy handoff. When you package a file, you create a folder that contains the Illustrator document, any necessary fonts, linked graphics, and a package report. This report, which is saved as a text file, includes the information about the packaged files.
Collect Links in a Separate Folder
Creates a Links folder and places all linked assets in that folder. If not selected, assets are copied to the same folder level as the .ai file.
Relink Linked files to the Document
Changes links to the package folder location. If not selected, a packaged Illustrator document maintains links to assets in the original location, and assets are collected in the package anyway.
Copy Fonts used in the Documents (Except CJK)
Copies all necessary font files, not the entire font family.
A warning displays when you package fonts. Check your license agreement to see if you’re permitted to copy fonts.