Using Find Font


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Using Find Font

What is the best way to figure out what fonts are used in a document? Well, one way is to use Bridge. Most people don't know that you can use Bridge to find a list of all the fonts in a document. I'll click on my InDesign document here in Bridge, and look at the Metadata panel, and down here you'll see a list of my fonts. Chaparral, Minion, Myriad, Times. Now I happened to know that Times is not in my document, but for some reason Bridge always wants to put Times in there. It's very frustrating. So you can ignore Times, but the other fonts are there.

Now let's go to InDesign and take a look at another way you can look for your fonts. I'll double-click on the document. It takes me to InDesign and opens the document, and I want to point out a feature underneath the Type menu called Find Font. The Find Font feature lists all the fonts that are actually used in this document. Chaparral, Minion, Myriad and so on. One of the coolest features of the Find Font dialog box is t...

Using Find Font
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Using Find Font provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS5 Essential Training

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Design
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