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Chapter 5. Working with Text > Using Font Mapping

Using Font Mapping

If you open a document with a missing font on a computer, a Missing Font alert appears, asking you to choose a substitute font. You can open and use the Font Mapping dialog box to map a substitute font to the missing font, view the mapped fonts in the document, and delete a font mapping. After you select a substitute font, text appears with the correct font (if available) or the substitute font (if missing). When you use a substitute font, the text box or attributes might need to be adjusted.

Select Substitute Fonts

Open a document.

  • To view all the font mappings saved on your computer, close all documents.

Click the Flash (Professional) (Mac) or Edit (Win) menu, and then click Font Mapping.

Click a font in the Missing Fonts column.

TIMESAVER Press Shift+click to select multiple missing fonts to map to the same substitute font.

Click the Substitute Font popup, and then click a font, or click System Default.

Click OK.


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