When you open a file that contains a font that is not installed on your computer, PANOSE provides you with a list of fonts you can use to substitute the font. You can accept the suggestion, or choose another font. You can make the substitution for the current document only, or make it permanent.
Rather than substituting missing fonts each time you open a document containing missing fonts, you can set up a list of matches for uninstalled fonts. This list is saved for all subsequent documents when you exit CorelDRAW.
Additionally, if you use CorelDRAW to import documents from Macintosh programs, you can add to or change the table to match Windows font names to Macintosh font names.
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