When I pre-flight my book for print it gives me a report which lists a few fonts which is not seachable in the documents.
I guess they are remnants from the original Word document.
The remnants are from "Cambria", one case of cambria is even embedded, and then a custom made font called "I Ching".
I have tried every trick I know to find and replace or or remove them. Got a clue?
It is important for me to clean the document because there is a problem printing the pdf.
If the fonts are in placed graphics the only way to get rid of them is to edit the graphics. Other fonts you should be able to remove using Find Font and replacing them with something else. They may be in styles (Cambria, in particular, may have come in as part of a style from Word), and using the Select All Unused commands from the Paragraph Styles and Character Styles panel flyout menus, then deleting them, would be a good start. There is also an option in Find Font to redefine styles when you substitute a font.
Yep, they were in the graphics. Thanks