That's a valid point. We're delivering content as PDF primarily. Most of our users like to have the docs available as soft copies but prefer to work from printed copies, sometimes only printing pages relevant to their current task or an unfamiliar task.
The web content that we deliver is created with WWP Pro, so it would use the fonts specified in the associated WWP template, regardless of what we change in the FM templates, because we don't use pass-through formatting anywhere. I guess I'll try the Global Update route for now. Thanks for the tip about Generate Format Samples. In conjunction with Generate Paragraph Tag Report (SP), this tool will also serve as a quick way to get the necessary information for updating our Standards & Styles Guide. ;-) I'll submit that purchase req! Rene "Combs, Richard" <richard.combs at Polycom.com> wrote:If you create instances of all the pgf formats you want to change, one after the other, you can select all those pgfs. Then in Paragraph Designer, change the font family and click Commands > Global Update Options. In the dialog, select All Matching Tags in Selection and click Update. I only know of one shortcut way of creating all the pgf instances: Enhance (www.sandybrook.com/enhance) has a Generate Format Samples command that does exactly that. I think you can download a free trial. But are you sure that's the proper solution? If you're delivering web content, the Minion Web regular, and especially italic, faces will be easier to read than the Pro versions. Richard ------ Richard G. Combs Senior Technical Writer Polycom, Inc. richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom 303-223-5111 ------ rgcombs AT gmailDOTcom 303-777-0436 ------ Rene L. Stephenson eNovative Solutions, Inc. Business Phone: 678-513-0051 Email: rinnie1 at yahoo.com