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On 02/16/2015 04:56 AM, Italo Vignoli wrote:
On 16/02/2015 13:22, Maurice wrote:
On Sun, 15 Feb 2015 12:09:59 -0800, Tom Williams wrote:

 I don't have Calibri installed,
If you have Windows on the same PC you can get Linux to clone it to 

If not, try Googling on: calibri download linux
Please do mind that Calibri is a Microsoft proprietary font strictly
connected to a Windows/MS Office license, which cannot be used if you do
not have such a license. This is clearly stated in the Windows/MS Office
EULA. LibreOffice offers a Calibri replacement, Carlito, which has a
free font license and can therefore be downloaded and installed on every
operating system without infringing the license.

Thanks for everyone for the replies.  :)   I did install the Carlito
font.  :)    However, I'm still looking for a way to see which
substitute font Writer chose, if that's possible.    MS Word appears to
support this, as indicated in this article:

Is there a way to determine which font Writer uses as the substitute font?




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