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Fonts Not available

Fonts Not available

Fonts Not available

(OP)
Hello,

I am trying to export a Polish PM file to PDF - however when I do this it tells me that Fonts

- Times New Roman CE
- Arial CE

Ok - seems simple enough - just install these fonts to my comfuser and away I go... but no - it is still not working! Any Ideas???

Also, we are going to be moving over to InDesignCS2. So I thought I would try to open the Polish file in my demo of IS... It too is saying that the above fonts are not available. Any ideas here? I thought ID was meant to recognise every language under the sun???

Apart from that - changing the font on my original PM file is not an option - this is the font used by the translators, so that they can produce Polish words.

Thanks very much to all.

P
T
Darzza

'Try fail, try again fail better....'

RE: Fonts Not available

(OP)
Thanks very much John.

I just hope that we can sort the problem when we convert  all of our PM files to InDesign CS2.

 

P
T
Darzza

'Try fail, try again fail better....'

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