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I'd have them check C:\Windows\Fonts to see if they have Century Gothic
(including bold, italic, bold italic, etc.).
I think Body Text is a default Microsoft Style, so it is possible that a
definition of that style in Normal.dot is overriding your definition of
Did they check your file on more than one computer? Also, did they check on
a computer that has different printer drivers than the computer they had
the trouble with?
Hope these thoughts help,
On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 9:33 AM, Chris Morton <salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Sean Brierley wrote:
>> What fonts do you use? Can you list them?
> Times New Roman, Century Gothic
>> What styles did you use.
> Heading(s) 1 â 4, Body Text
>> Can you name a few of the more prevalent ones. Note that Word can apply
>> different font styles on the local installation using normal.dot to styles
>> you developed on your local system, if the style names coincide.
>> Also, understand that Word might change pagination of a document based on
>> printers installed on the computer that opens them.
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