In Quark Express many moons ago I regularily used a feature called Usage whereby you could see where any rogue colours or fonts where being used in a large document. This was very handy for finding where Pantone colours had be brought into a document from an external file and then being able to go back and change them into the correct CMYK colours. Does anyone know if there is a similar option in InDesign as I really need to use it!
To look at fonts, choose Type > Find Font.
To view where colors are used visually, choose Window > Output > Separation Preview.
But, best of all, use Window > Output > Preflight. Set up your own Preflight Profile to look for features which might become a problem when printing, or other output. Read about it in InDesign Help.
Excellent thanks! Using your help I have got rid of 2 unwanted Pantones in my CMYK doc!! Very pleased