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I am trying to convert Framemaker 12 created files to Framemaker 15 in my mac, via a VMWare which has a windows environment.  I get unavailable fonts error. I see that fonts like Palatino are not available. How can I update my font list and how to make sure that these files are saved correctly?

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

Hi meeran13365923:

I've run FrameMaker like that for years. You'll need to install the fonts into Windows. Most modern fonts are no-longer platform specific, so you can just locate the fonts on the Mac side, copy them to your Windows desktop, and then install them into the Windows fonts folder. They are already licensed to you on the Mac, so there are no legal issues to worry about.

~Barb

EDIT: I'm making an assumption here that may be inaccurate. Do you see Palatino installed on the Windows side? Were the fonts working on this computer with this virtual machine for Fm 13?

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Frame 12 to Frame 15

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I am trying to convert Framemaker 12 created files to Framemaker 15 in my mac, via a VMWare which has a windows environment.  I get unavailable fonts error. I see that fonts like Palatino are not available. How can I update my font list and how to make sure that these files are saved correctly?

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Correct answer by Barb Binder | Adobe Community Professional

Hi meeran13365923:

I've run FrameMaker like that for years. You'll need to install the fonts into Windows. Most modern fonts are no-longer platform specific, so you can just locate the fonts on the Mac side, copy them to your Windows desktop, and then install them into the Windows fonts folder. They are already licensed to you on the Mac, so there are no legal issues to worry about.

~Barb

EDIT: I'm making an assumption here that may be inaccurate. Do you see Palatino installed on the Windows side? Were the fonts working on this computer with this virtual machine for Fm 13?

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Hi meeran13365923:

I've run FrameMaker like that for years. You'll need to install the fonts into Windows. Most modern fonts are no-longer platform specific, so you can just locate the fonts on the Mac side, copy them to your Windows desktop, and then install them into the Windows fonts folder. They are already licensed to you on the Mac, so there are no legal issues to worry about.

~Barb

EDIT: I'm making an assumption here that may be inaccurate. Do you see Palatino installed on the Windows side? Were the fonts working on this computer with this virtual machine for Fm 13?

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Thanks a lot. That helps.

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Oh good. Maybe I assumed correctly (for once)!

~Barb

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