Matching a Windows font to a Macintosh font

You can specify the Windows equivalents for Macintosh fonts contained in a document.

To match a Windows font to a Macintosh font

1 Click Tools, Options.

2 In the list of categories double-click Text, and click Fonts.

3 Click the PANOSE Font Matching button.

4 Click the Spelling button.

5 Click the Add button.

6 Choose a Windows font name from the Windows Name box.

7 Type the Macintosh spelling for the font in the Macintosh Name box.

• The PANOSE Font Matching feature works only with .CDR and .CDT files. It will not work with text that you copy from the Clipboard.

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