|Nov 9, 2012, 04:09 PM||#1|
Office showing disabled fonts
Office 2011 (actually Word, latest update) shows fonts in the font toolbox that I know are disabled in FontBook, making for a really long list of fonts, and that takes up too much time to scroll down to, say, Times New Roman.
You have to actually delete the fonts to get word to "realize" that the fonts aren't available.
OSX has it's font problems too, Try deleting some of the Chinese fonts you will never use, FontBook promptly adds fonts that only exist in a system framework somewhere, there are no such fonts installed anywhere.
I just can't understand that at all.
MacBook Pro 15" Late 2011, 2.2GHz, 16GB Patriot RAM, 240GB Intel 335 SSD; Mac Mini 2011 Base model 8GB RAM, stock 500GB Toshiba HD
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