Finding substituted fonts and glyphs


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Finding substituted fonts and glyphs

Nothing is worse than getting an Illustrator file from somebody else, opening it up on your computer, and then finding out that you're missing fonts. Well, actually there is something worse: opening up a document that's missing fonts without you knowing about it, and then, later on, only towards the end of the project, do you find out that you're missing some fonts. That's if you're lucky. You may not find out until after the job is printed. Well, Illustrator has several ways to alert you to the fact that fonts are missing. So I just want to point these out to you, and you can employ them as needed. So I will go to the File menu here and I'll choose Open.

I will navigate to Chapter 7 of my exercise files, and I will open up this file called substituted.ai. I am going to choose Open, and there is actually a missing font here. You can see here that it says Font Problems. I actually used ChaparralPro Semibold when I created this document, but on my machine I don't h...

Finding substituted fonts and glyphs
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Finding substituted fonts and glyphs provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator Insider Training: Type and Text

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Design
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Illustrator
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