In the threads, I saw no mention of the default printer selection. 
Postscript printers usually have a font set loaded. 
If you select this printer as your default, Windows finds the fonts on the 
printer and allows use even though they are not on the computer. 
But when you create a PDF, you MUST use the Adobe PDF printer for successful 
results, and this virtual printer does not have the fonts, and therefore you 
get the missing fonts message. So, to clean up your files, do the following: 
-Uncheck the Remember Missing Font Names box 
-Set Adobe PDF as the default printer 
-Open and close all files in the book (you get the message for all impacted 

This permanently substitutes the fonts and will work until you again paste in 
content from other files and corrupt the file again. 
Oran Petersen

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