On 2009-05-04, Rich Shepard wrote: > On Mon, 4 May 2009, tedc wrote: >> Could the problem lie in the typefaces themselves?
> Yes. > Each typeface is defined by the available fonts. The font represents a > weight (normal, bold), a shape (upright, slanted, Italic, small caps), and a > point size (10, 12, 14). Not all typefaces are available in every weight, > shape, and size. If you open Document>LaTeX log, you will find lines telling you that the font was not found in bold and substituted with normal weight... The LaTeX Font Catalogue http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/ lists examples of monospaced fonts under http://www.tug.dk/FontCatalogue/typewriterfonts.html Click on the available fonts to see samples of supported features for each. Günter