Hi Tammy, The easiest way to do this is to choose File > Preferences > General, uncheck Remember Missing Font Names, and click Set. Open your document again. You will receive the missing fonts message one more time, but this time the font substitution that FrameMaker does will be permanent. Save the file; the next time you open it, you should no longer get the message.
A couple of cautions are in order: First, you should check the Console window and make sure that the substitution is acceptable to you. For example, if a symbol font is being substituted by Times New Roman, you may lose some important symbols from your document. Second, your client may not appreciate the substitution when you deliver the document back to them. They will have to re-import paragraph and character formats from one of their documents to restore the correct fonts. If neither of these is a concern, you should be all set with this method. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments. Thank you very much. Rick Quatro Carmen Publishing Inc. rick at frameexpert.com 585-659-8267 -----Original Message----- From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Spectrum Writing Sent: Friday, June 19, 2009 10:14 AM To: framers at lists.frameusers.com Subject: Unavailable Fonts question Apologies upfront as I know that this has been asked and answered many times before, but I can't get the archive search to fly, and I have been working exclusively in Word for a client for awhile now (not by my choice), so I am finding myself a bit rusty in some Frame skills (but with two new clients, they will come back in full force!). I have a Framemaker file that when it opens gives me the "document uses unavailable fonts" message and asks me if I want to reformat the document using available fonts. Of course I do, and click Yes, but that said, I don't want to have to answer this question every time the document opens. I want to search for the unavailable fonts and either replace them or delete them - I don't remember which is the correct option. I just vaguely remember that I had to do something to a .mif file to nuke the offending fonts. If you Frame gurus out there can guide my fuzzy memory and put me back on track to this basic function that I use to know, I would most appreciate it. TIA, TVB Tammy Van Boening Owner/Principal Spectrum Writing, LLC www.spectrumwritingllc.com <http://www.spectrumwritingllc.com/>