You could save the file in question as a .mif file and open it a text
editor and then search for the exact name of the font that is causing
problems. I've used this trick many times.
Media Production Manager
swhite at alamark.com
On Sep 9, 2009, at 10:42 AM, Lea Galanter wrote:
> I'm hoping someone can help me out here. I attempted to create a PDF
> yesterday of a book that I've created numerous times before. For some
> unknown reason I received an error message in the log indicating
> that a
> certain font was not available. I occasionally get this message but I
> ignore it, because I have no idea why Frame thinks I'm using a font it
> doesn't have. It's never stopped a PDF from being created, until
> yesterday. Frame simply refused to create the PDF. I have no idea
> wrong with the file (it's the cover). The only font used is Arial.
> are no other fonts in the file. I even did a Select All and reapplied
> Arial just in case, but to no avail.
> Has anyone ever had this problem before? Is there some way to search
> Frame files for a specific font in order to change it?
> Thanks for any help!
> Lea Galanter
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