Hi - someone has given me a book layout to work on. The text typeface my
correspondent chose was Garamond, a font I do not have on my Win7 machine.
"Garamond" shows up in the font field of LO 126.96.36.199, but when I mouse over
it I get the tooltip "Font Name: The current font is not available and will
be substituted". The substitution appears to be Times New Roman, but I'm not
The LO replacement table Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Fonts doesn't help,
as it can't replace fonts one doesn't have. I can buy Garamond inexpensively
enough, it's but I'd like to know how font substitution works.
Can someone let me know how to find out exactly what font will be
substituted for Garamond? Is the substitution always the same regardless of
the missing font? Is this an issue with LO or with Win7?
Thanks for any help with these questions. edo1
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