But after you're done clearing the missing font references,
do return to File>Preferences and turn the remember Missing
Fonts item back on because it is normally a good thing.
This is particularly true if you ever work on files that 
originated someplace else (e.g. a client) and that will be 
returned after you work on them. If you have the "Remember..."
option turned off, you may be returning files that use very
different fonts than they did when you received them--not a
nice thing to do to a client's files.

My opinions only; I don't speak for Intel.
Fred Ridder (fred dot ridder at intel dot com)
Parsippany, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces+fred.ridder=intel....@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+fred.ridder=intel.com at lists.frameusers.com] On
Behalf Of Combs, Richard
Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 5:37 PM
To: pearlrosenberg at nc.rr.com
Cc: framers at frameUsers.com
Subject: RE: RE: Trouble with cross-references

pearlrosenberg at nc.rr.com wrote:

> Richard,
> I think this is on the right track. When I open the files, 
> every one displays a msg saying the file uses unavailable 
> fonts and that clicking OK will reformat the file with 
> available fonts. I've click OK for every file numerous times 
> and the files open and before I close them, I save them, but 
> the next time I open them, I get the same messages.

If you're happy with the available fonts, do this get rid of the
unavailable ones for good: 

1) With all the files in your book closed, select File > Preferences. In
the dialog, uncheck Remember Missing Font Names and click Set. 

2) Open all the files in your book. You'll get the unavailable fonts
message one more time for each. Confirm that you want to replace the
unavailable fonts. 

3) Save all the files in your book and close them. 

4) Open the files again. They should open without any unavailable fonts


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