Infix can list all of the fonts used in a PDF plus additional information about the nature of each font.

  1. Choose Document->Fonts... to view the font catalogue.
    Document Font Catalogue
    Fonts introduced during the current editing session will not appear until the PDF is saved.
    The columns shown are:
    1. Font name:
      Names prefixed with XXXXXX+ represent subset fonts (embedded with only a subset of their full character set).
    2. Type:
      The format of the font. There are many formats that may be used within a PDF - TrueType, Type1, Type3, OpenType etc. Type 3 is one of the most problematic formats which often results in PDFs that cannot be edited. Fortunately use of this type of font is declining.
    3. Actual Font:
      Embedded - indicates that the characters required by the PDF are included inside the PDF. To save space, PDF producers sometime choose not to include the fonts required in a PDF.
      If not embedded, Infix will choose a font from your computer's system fonts to display the text. This can result in a loss of fidelity. The name of the chosen font will be shown in the column instead.
    4. Unicode:
      The encoding format of the Font. Most fonts are encoded as Unicode nowadays which tends to lead to better editing and exporting behaviour.
    5. No. of Glyphs:
      The number of characters shapes defined by the font. To save space, PDF producers only include definitions for the character shapes actually used in a PDF.
  2. Select a font then click Replace... to open the Find and Replace Font dialog box.
  3. Press Remap... to change the characters mappings of the font. See Remapping fonts
Notes

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