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edo1 wrote
The LO replacement table Tools > Options > LibreOffice > Fonts doesn't
help, as it can't replace fonts one doesn't have.

This is /exactly/ the purpose of this replacement table i.e., it lets you
take control of which font you would like to see substituted for Garamond
(the missing font). For example, I can create an entry:

Font: GaramondABC
Replace with: GaramondXYZ

Neither is a font I have, but should I ever receive a document containing a
font named "GaramondABC" I will know for certain it is being replaced with
Best wishes, Owen.

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