How to Manage and Package Fonts in InDesign


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Managing and packaging fonts in InDesign

There's no shortage of tools and features for working with fonts in InDesign. You can quickly enable or disable fonts for a specific document or for the application as a whole. There are also tools for finding exactly which fonts are used in a document, and if need be, replacing them. Plus, when it's time to archive a document, or send it to someone else, you can package the fonts in a folder, so there won't be any problems with missing fonts later on. So let's take a look at managing and packaging fonts with InDesign. I'll start by opening an InDesign documen that I know has some font problems.

I'll go to the Exercise Files, Chapter nine, lesson two, and double-click the InDesign file. And right away I am greeted with the missing fonts dialogue box, which tells me that there are two fonts used in this document that aren't available on my system. And that a substitute font will be used until I get those fonts activated. I can either just acknowledge this and dismiss the dialo...

Managing and packaging fonts in InDesign
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Managing and packaging fonts in InDesign provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the Font Management Essential Training

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