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Robert Funnell wrote
What about unzipping the .odt/.odp/whatever file and searching for 
font names in the resulting .xml files? (Again, I haven't tried this.)

That would make sense. Unfortunately the file styles.xml lists some 55 fonts
From a PDF copy of the presentation I can see that there should be 15
different fonts, so the xml is not helping...

Unless I'm looking in the wrong xml... Does anyone know any better?

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