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Hi Robert and Brian

You had the same idea with a few minutes overlap :)

Thank you for the suggestion. I am aware that PDFs list the embedded fonts.
Unfortunately that doesn't work for this problem...

When you open an Open Document and don't have the fonts used in the document
they will be replaced by a similar font. 
Therefore when you create the PDF in a computer that doesn't have all the
original fonts, the fonts embedded are the replacement fonts. This means
that the PDF font list will show the fonts currently used but not the name
of the original ones.

Any other ideas?

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