Nope; just FM 7.2.

I think the warning is coming up because I printed some pages directly
from FrameMaker, but the manuals are always produced as PDFs. Wouldn't
that change the printer from Adobe PDF to the paper printer and back

Fei Min

-----Original Message-----
From: Kelly McDaniel [] 
Sent: Friday, June 19, 2009 3:10 PM
To: Fei Min Lorente; framers at
Subject: RE: Getting Rid of Font Change Warning

Are you running more than one version of FM on your production

-----Original Message-----
[mailto:framers-bounces at] On Behalf Of Fei Min
Sent: Friday, June 19, 2009 1:46 PM
To: framers at
Subject: Getting Rid of Font Change Warning

Does anyone know how I stop this warning from appearing when I'm
printing a FrameMaker manual?

"Font information for your system has changed. This change may affect
the format and output of your document(s)"

I usually just click OK and carry on, but now we're trying to print as
part of an automated workflow process, and there's no one there to click
OK. In fact, you don't even see FrameMaker open on the screen.

I tried opening Print Setup for the book and selecting my default
printer. I've also tried selecting Adobe PDF as the printer.

I'm using FrameMaker 7.2 on an XP machine, and I'm actually creating a
PDF using the FDK, then converting the book to HTML files using Mif2Go.
It's creating the PDF just fine, then failing during the HTML
conversion. Nothing is wrong with the Mif2Go configuration; the same
files work just fine interactively.

Fei Min

Fei Min Lorente
Senior Technical Communicator
Medical Division
ON Semiconductor
feimin.lorente at
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