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I have a several chapters of a book that were originally composed
using an earlier version of LibreOffice using what I believe was the
"Century Schoolbook" font.  Now when I call them in for editing, the
font is shown in italics as "Times New Roman" with the note "The
current font is not available and will be substituted". 

This is giving me a serious problem since the book contains many
drawings and framed images and these get re-flowed due to the
difference in the absolute height of the font being substituted. In
some cases the drawings are pages away from their correct location and
have to be towed back, which is time consuming and creates some other
problems too.  

I checked and the Century Schoolbook font is installed where expected;
in the /usr/share/fonts/century-schoolbook/ directory. 

I have not been able to figure out which font is being used for the
substitution, nor why the correct font cannot be found.  

Can anyone help?

        Linux Fedora 32 - workstation 

I am on a back level of Libre Office because we have hundreds of line
drawings in use in the .eps format that is no longer supported by LO
on newer releases.

Thanks in advance for any help!



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