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Chapter 17. Search & Replace > To find and change fonts only:

To find and change fonts only:

1.
Choose Utilities > Usage (F13 in the Mac OS), then click the Fonts tab. The names of all the fonts used in the document will be listed (except for fonts used in imported EPS files).

2.
Click the name of the font you want to replace , then click Replace . (To replace more than one font at a time, before clicking Replace, click the first in a series of consecutively-listed fonts, then Shift-click the last font in the series, or Cmd-click/Ctrl-click them individually.)

or

Double-click the name of the font that you want to replace.

3.
Starting typing the name of a replacement font or choose a replacement font from the pop-up menu, then click OK twice.

4.
Repeat steps 2–3 for any other fonts you want to replace.

5.
Optional: Click Show First to display the first instance of the currently highlighted font in the document, click Show Next to see the next instance, or hold down Option/Alt to turn the Show Next button into a Show First button. All instances of a given font will be replaced, regardless of which instance is currently displayed.

6.
Click Done when you're finished.


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