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My InDesign tells me that I have one  Type 1 font that won't work after 2023, but it doesn't tell me which font it is.  I do a newletter that  uses Myriad Pro as the main font.  Is this one of the fonts that won't work?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 27, 2022 Jan 27, 2022
If your InDesign is version 17.0.1.105 or below it could be that your InDesign is wrong on that. Could be that you used Type 1 font styles in the past. That history is ingrained in the document's code and the function that should detect the usage of Type 1 font styles in your current texts and styles is wrong. Should be fixed with InDesign 17.1.0.50 that currently is rolled out world-wide region by region. Regards, Uwe Laubender ( ACP )

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Myriad pro will be fine.

You may have a font specified in a style that is not in use. To check all the fonts that are actually in use in the file currently use Type > Find Font.

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Hi @wpbpatfl Myriad Pro is an Open Type font. Myriad (there is a Pro set) is an Adobe Originals that you can activate with your subscription. Myriad | Adobe Fonts.

 

Many users have Myriad Pro pre-installed by Windows or through any version of MS Office. See if you have both of them working (one installed and one activated). Look in your font folder to find this information:

 

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If your InDesign is version 17.0.1.105 or below it could be that your InDesign is wrong on that.

Could be that you used Type 1 font styles in the past. That history is ingrained in the document's code and the function that should detect the usage of Type 1 font styles in your current texts and styles is wrong.

 

Should be fixed with InDesign 17.1.0.50 that currently is rolled out world-wide region by region.

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

( ACP )

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