Use the Font Browser window to look through and choose new fonts.
To change the font used for text:
- Choose the Text tool () from the tool bar and select the text you wish to change.
Or choose the Object tool () and click on the text box you wish to change.
- Click on the font selector shown circled below:
- The Font Browser window will open showing the font for the selected text.
- If the selected text contains more than one font, no current font is shown and the Font Preview: panel will initially be empty.
- Click on a font in the Family list.
Fonts used in the PDF are shown above the dividing line '-------', fonts available on your computer are shown below.
Next to each entry is a small preview. By default this previews "ABfg27". However if a font doesn't have those characters (such as Zapf Dingbats) then the first characters found in the font are shown instead.
- Click items in the Variation list on the right hand side to choose different versions of the same font.
- The Font Preview: panel at the bottom of the window will show how your selected text will look using the font.
- If your chosen font does not include all the character shapes required for your selected text, the window displays the message: "This font does not contain all the characters required." and the missing characters will show as white rectangles in the Preview: panel.
- You can search for fonts using the Filter: text box. As you type into the box, the Family list will be filtered to show only family names containing your filter text. Remove the filter by pressing the Reset button.
- The browser shows all fonts used in the PDF plus all TrueType and OpenType fonts installed in the Windows/Fonts folder of your computer (or the system folder for Macintosh users). These are the most common types of font used on Windows and Macintosh computers.
- When running on a PC, Infix looks for fonts only in the Windows font folder. If you use third-part font management software, those managed fonts may not be available to Infix. If this happens, please let us know.