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Old 10-28-2005, 08:01 AM   #7
Michael Rowley
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You did say this was a document that has always lived on this machine

Yes, I did. The file I imported is a Word file, and although Word sometimes puts in fonts that I haven't actively used (Word has an extra paragraph mark for frames, for instance), it's inevitably one tha does exist, or should exist, on my machine.

The only explanation that occurs to me is that InDesign 3 has misinterpreted the font name. It doesn't matter, as I can tell it to substitute one of the fonts that are used.

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