A problem that all InDesign CC users have come across is missing fonts – fonts not being recognised by InDesign.
Maybe you’ve installed the font and InDesign still doesn’t recognise it.
When you try installing with font book it warns you of a serious error with the font.
Or maybe the font has been copied and pasted too many times and the font is corrupted and simply not installing.
Whatever the cause of your issue I intend to explain a quick and simple way to solve the majority of font issue – in fact I haven’t had an issue yet that I haven’t been able to solve with this method.
You can follow the short video I’ve created or below is the written guide.
I hope it helps…
InDesign thinks the font is missing:
Right click to copy the font you want Indesign to recognise
In Finder navigate to Applications and select Adobe InDesign CC.
Click on the Fonts folder in the Adobe InDesign CC Application
Right click in the Fonts folder and paste the missing font
When you return to InDesign your font problem should be solved:
Written by Donna Hocking, graphic designer and creative artworker. If you are a designer / agency in need of support or a business looking for someone to create your print & web materials get in touch I’d love to hear from you. You can also read more about what services I provide here.