Hi! I'm running LibreOffice Writer 22.214.171.124 on Ubuntu 14.10 Linux
(64-bit). I'm helping someone convert a MS Word document info a PDF
form. I'm creating the form as a native ODT document, which I will save
as a PDF form.
The original MS Word document uses the Calibri font everywhere. I don't
have Calibri installed, yet the text is displayed anyway.
My question: how I can find out which font is being used as a
substitute for Calibri?
I know about the Font Replacement Table, where I can specify which fonts
to use as replacements or substitutes. However, I'm looking for a way
to find out which font Writer chose as the replacement font. Is there a
way to find this out?
Thanks in advance for your time and assistance!
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