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Missing font styles and how to replace them

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May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

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Dear lovely community,

 

I'm new to InDesign and wondering if there is an efficient way to handle missing font style errors.
I've received a Word document that uses a lot of Italic sections in the Normal text. The selected font type has no Italic style, just Regular Italic. Is there an efficient way to replace those red-colored sections with Regular Italic?


(I've tried to find a solution but haven't got the wording right while searching. If you know a solved thread on this topic, I'd also appreciate a link to that thread.)

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Community Expert , May 29, 2024 May 29, 2024

Try File -> Package -> Find/Replace fonts.

 

Then you'll have a list of used fonts - with "missing" indicator - you can select new font and style. 

You can also redefine Char & Para styles - checkbox at the bottom. 

 

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Try File -> Package -> Find/Replace fonts.

 

Then you'll have a list of used fonts - with "missing" indicator - you can select new font and style. 

You can also redefine Char & Para styles - checkbox at the bottom. 

 

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