Your question isn't really clear.
If InDesign reports fonts as missing, it means they aren't installed on your system. You "get" fonts by purchasing a license to install them on your system.
In every version of InDesign, Type menu > Find Font has been the method for identifying missing fonts and taking steps to rectify.
I understand that. I apologize for being unclear, I am not an early InDesign user and working with a very old version.
I was able to figure out how to install the fonts that I need, but here is the new dilemma. The fonts I need are DIN-Regular and DIN-Bold. It seems as though the Bold is always overriding the regular - they aren't showing up in the font list in CS2 as separate fonts like they were before - and they aren't showing up as one bold, one regular. Under the drop arrow to the right of DIN in the font list, they are both listed as Regular but the Sample text shows one is bolder. This is confusing and cumbersome b/c there is no one to talk to at Adobe to help me.....