At 15:07 04/10/2015 +0200, Philip Jackson wrote:
I have pretty well completed a large document (110 pages) in LO
writer. I did a pdf export and checked the fonts embedded. To my
surprise I found a couple of unknown, and unwanted, fonts there. To
keep the file size down as much as possible, I would like to remove
those unwanted fonts. I expect they came as stow-aways on a template I used.
I've searched all the paragraph styles for the presence of these 2
unwanted fonts without success. There doesn't appear to be an LO
tool to locate a font within the document.
Can anyone tell me a way of rapidly locating where these fonts could
be hidden within the LO.odt file ?
o Open the Find & Replace dialogue.
o In the "Search for" box, enter .+ (dot-plus). This is regular
expression code for one or more consecutive characters.
o Click More Options.
o Tick "Regular expressions".
o Click Format... .
o On the Font tab, select the relevant font. Leave Typeface and Size blank.
o Click Find or Find All.
I trust this helps.
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