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Re: MS Office Macintosh font doesn't appear in FM 7 on Macintosh

Thanks for the fast and good suggestion, Dov.

It took a little work to figure this out completely because Office X is for
installation by OS X only. However, when I looked at the font on the install
CD under the OS 9.2.2 Finder, I could see the individual fonts inside the
CID font package. So, I was able to copy them into the FrameMaker 7 fonts

I'm not clear if this is exactly what you meant, but your suggestion got me

After this great success, I found a related problem, namely a ".dfont." Is
there a way to the individual fonts within it become recognizable under OS

Thanks for any ideas.


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On 9/21/03 1:41 PM, "Dov Isaacs" <isaacs@adobe.com> wrote:

> Suggestion!
> Unless that font is installed in the "Classic Mode" font
> directly as well as where it is actually is installed in one
> of the MacOS X font directories, neither FrameMaker (any version)
> nor any other Classic Mode application will be able to "see"
> the font.
>       - Dov
> At 9/21/2003 11:34 AM, Peter Gold wrote:
>> The Book Antiqua font that's installed with MS Office X appears in all OS X
>> applications like TextEdit, and Adobe products - Acrobat 6, Illustrator,
>> Photoshop, GoLive 6, InDesign 2 - but NOT in FM 7 running under Classic.
>> I can't find the font file to place in any or all of the four (4) font
>> locations so that it might appear in FM 7.
>> Any suggestions?
>> Regards,
>> Peter Gold

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