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Old 10-22-2011, 11:38 AM   #7
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Word...I think that'll let you choose each missing font and pick a font to substitute for it. Can't tell exactly; it won't let me into the feature unless fonts are missing.
There are a few applications that will do "global" font replacements. (Replace every instance of Arial in the file with Adobe Garamond, e.g.) InDesign is one. However, I suspect they're few and far between. Some others might let you accomplish the same thing with style-sensitive search-and-replace routines--again, InDesign comes to mind. Unfortunately, this isn't much help if your application of choice isn't one of them, and I suspect that applies to rakman4's music software.

   
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