The 'Fonts' dialog is used to choose font(s) for use in place of any font matching the criterion set up in the Font Substitutes dialog. You may set up the different fonts for printing and on-screen or the same font.

Click to expand/collapse this hidden textTo set up a substitute screen font
1.Click the 'Screen font' Fonts dialog (>) button glyph button on the Font substitutes dialog to display the 'Fonts' dialog.
2.Choose TrueType to use outline fonts installed in the Windows library or Acrobat Standard to use the core PDF fonts, located elsewhere on your system.
3.Select the Font family and Style for the new substitute screen font.
4.Enter/Select a point Size.
5.You can check the appearance of the selected font in the Sample window at the foot of the dialog.
o to change the characters on view, choose from the drop-down list of Sample text strings.
6.Click OK to close the 'Fonts' dialog.
The Font substitutes dialog will show the name of the font with a tick to indicate that it is selected.
To set up PDF and PS substitute fonts

To set up the same substitute font for both screen and PDF/PS use, set up the substitute screen font then tick Same as screen font. Otherwise:

1.Click the 'PDF font' Font arrow button (>) glyph button to display the 'Fonts' dialog.
2.Choose TrueType to use outline fonts installed in the Windows library or Acrobat Standard to use the core PDF fonts, located elsewhere on your system.
3.Select the Font family and Style for the new substitute screen font.
4.Enter/Select a point Size.
5.Check the appearance of the selected font in the Sample window.
oTo change the characters on view, select from the drop-down list of Sample text strings.
6.Click OK to close the 'Fonts' dialog.
The Font substitutes dialog will show the name of the font with a tick to indicate that it is selected.
Click to expand/collapse this hidden textPCL note

The PCL box allows characteristics to be specified which are only relevant to PCL. These are by given in the form of a PCL selection string or part of a PCL selection string. For example, a symbol set such as (8U or a non-standard style or weight like (s4B. The selection sequence is used when trying to match against the EscapeE 'eE' iconEscapeE library fonts (and is also used if exporting to PCL).

Tip:  if Fonts dialog is displayed overlapping the Font substitute dialog, you can drag the Fonts dialog away by its title bar. You may then be able to view the Font substitutes sample window at the same time, for ease of comparison.