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Chapter 2. Startup > Fonts are missing

Fonts are missing

If you open a file that uses fonts that aren't installed or aren't currently available in your system (perhaps the font is temporarily deactivated), a prompt will appear:

1.
Click List Fonts to see a list of missing fonts . Note: If you click Continue and the missing fonts subsequently become available, they will display properly.

If the missing fonts prompt appears, click List Fonts to open the Missing Fonts dialog box, or click Continue to open the file without replacing the missing fonts.


2.
To replace a missing font, click a font name . An asterisk in the Replacement Fonts column indicates that that font has not been replaced.

In the Missing Fonts dialog box, click a font name, click Replace...


3.
Click Replace.

4.
In the Replacement Font dialog box, choose a font from the pop-up menu .

…then choose a replacement font from the pop-up menu.


5.
Click OK. Beware! All instances of the font will be replaced, including any use of the font in a style sheet.

6.
Repeat steps 2–5 for any other missing fonts you want to replace. If you change your mind after choosing a replacement font, click the replacement font, then click Reset.

7.
Click OK.


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