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Chapter 19. TEXT TOOLS > Working with Missing Fonts

Working with Missing Fonts

When you open a FreeHand file that contains text, you need to have the fonts used in the text installed on your machine. If you don’t have those fonts, you need to decide how the missing fonts are handled.

To work with missing fonts:

1.
Open the FreeHand file. If the fonts are not installed on your machine, the Missing Fonts dialog box appears.

2.
Select each font listed in the dialog box.

or

Use the Select All button to select all the missing fonts.

3.
Click the Replace button. This opens the Replace Font dialog box.

4.
Use the Replace with menu to choose a font to replace the missing font 19.

Figure 19. The Missing Fonts dialog box lets you know which fonts are not installed in the system.


5.
Use the Text style menu to choose the type style for the font 20.

Figure 20. Use the Replace Font dialog box to choose the type face and text style for a missing font.


6.
Click OK to make the replacement.

7.
If necessary, repeat steps 2 – 6 for any additional missing fonts.


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