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Hallo. I have done a magazine in 90 pages. Today when I would finished it and sent it away for the printing all sizes went wrong. It says that 28 fonts in my dokument is not available. What does it mean and what shall I do?????How can I get my fonts back???
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2:They are all installed in a fonts folder and and on all the time.
3. I havn´t packaged it yet. Should do so later today. I have seen any alerts about missing fonts once when I copyed a rapport from a newspaper.
4.Sorry, don´t understand
If you are using the font manager your computer came with you may not know of font corruption, the font manager your computer came with is not meant to be used in desktop publishing environments where you have to activate many different fonts that come in different types, ex: postscript, TT, and Opentype... so on. Next, how do you know those fonts are healthy? Where you download them from? a professional font manager will not let you put something bad in it.
I recommend you switch to a professional font manager like font explorer or suitcase fusion, this last is what I used. I work in publishing; layout magazines and other long documents with lots of different brand fonts.
for this tripe of work..... you should be using a professional font manager.
Cool. So we've got some more info to work with here.
1) Since you're on a Windows system, and it sounds like the same Windows system, you've likely got those fonts on your system. So confirming you do have the fonts should be easy:
2) Once you've confirmed you have all those fonts, just match up and update the problem alerts in your Sök efter teckensnitt panel:
3) Once you get rid of all the alert icons, click the Stäng button, then select the File>Save menu command for each file.
This should get you past the issue.
Did you use Package or did you just only copy the document itself?
You may have them. I wouldn't panic much yet.
You have Minion Pro, for example. That OpenType font was included in a number of Adobe CC applications. If your font report looks just like merriness' it indicates that the Minion Pro font is installed on the system. Just click on each missing font, match it up with its equivalent in the Ersätt med: edit boxes.
Sometimes it just blows the links and you have to re-connect them. 28 times, maybe, but if your case is like the OP's situation, it's just a matter of re-establishing the links.
This is a topic from 2020, a year old Randy 😉