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       Simply open the LO document,
          then click on the font list
             then scroll down the numerous fonts.

       If the font you're seeking is not there, then to view whatever
document, LO uses whatever it deems best -
          (by what method, I have not a clue)

       If you desire to have whatever font you're seeking but LO does not
include it, then you need to acquire that font(s) & install;
          supposedly if you so do, that font will be available to all
programs on your machine.

       As to how to install these supposedly acquired fonts, I have no clue
          I've tried, & so far failed, although I've a list of fonts I
would very much like to be able to use.

From: Pedro <>
Date: Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 8:08 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] How to find out which fonts are used in an
Open Document?

Hi all

Does anyone know a way to find out which fonts are used in a Open Document
(in this case it's an Impress presentation)?

I'm trying to figure out how a user can make sure that he has all the fonts
needed to view a presentation or any other document (which does NOT have
embedded fonts) exactly like the author intended.

Thank you in advance!


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