Replacing missing font in Pages

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  1. essiw macrumors member

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    #1
    Hi all,

    So I have got a small problem. I opened an old Pages document and it gave me a warning about missing a font. The font was not easy to find, and when I finally found it, it turned out the name was different than when I used it in the original...

    The question is, I cannot seem to find a way to let Pages change the missing font into the new one (I cannot select "change into this font"). Neither can I change the name of the font when I try to install the font. How can I do either of them?

    I would rather not manually change every bit of text in the document for that font, as I would probably miss a lot of lines. And the document changes everything from that font to helvetica. The other text is also helvetica...

    Please help me :)
     
  2. Fishrrman macrumors G3

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    What is the name of the font?

    Can you find a copy of the font elsewhere on the net?

    If you can find it, can you use the Font Book app to install it into your Mac's system?
     
  3. essiw thread starter macrumors member

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    As stated in my post, I already did those, but Pages doesn't recognize the font because it is named differently, and apparently you cannot rename fonts...
     

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