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    How to tell what fonts a PPT is using?

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    Is there a way -- maybe a macro? -- to automatically tell what fonts a given PowerPoint presentation is using?

    This would be super helpful to ensure I'm capturing all the fonts, since the embed feature doesn't always work.

    Thanks so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon5 View Post
    Good morning -

    Is there a way -- maybe a macro? -- to automatically tell what fonts a given PowerPoint presentation is using?

    This would be super helpful to ensure I'm capturing all the fonts, since the embed feature doesn't always work.

    Thanks so much!
    Right now I'm on my Mac with Office 2011, PowerPoint Version 14 [same as Office 2010 for Windows]. In Format is Replace Fonts. The template I opened has a list of only 4 Fonts and a much larger list of available Fonts so I'd guess the current Fonts in the document is 4, shouldn't be hard to make a note or maybe do a screenshot to get the list.

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    Thanks. Yep, that'll work. (On a PC, in PowerPoint 2016, "Replace Fonts" is under Editing/Replace.) Thanks again.

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    You're welcome.

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