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Old 01-13-2007, 06:54 AM   #5
Michael Rowley
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You're right -- I didn't read the question carefully enough
The question reminded me of a similar problem (similar to my mind): how to find fonts that shouldn't be there. As you know, WP programs (especially Word!) introduce a lot of things—such as page breaks—that the user has specified no font for; it's annoying to find that when one has carefully used styles specifying one font only (Minion, say) that when a PDF document has been made from one's Word document that the list of fonts includes one that shouldn't be there (usually TNR from a Word document).

   
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