Are you sure that this font is installed into your OS?
May be your first indd use fonts from his package folder, and your second indd don't have this.
Is the same indesign, two different documents open in the same indesign.
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2 most likely reasons.
1. Font not installed for source doc. Do you have Document fonts folder in the same folder as your source file? If yes, is destination file saved here, too, or in some other place? That said, you may have font installed in Document fonts folder, but not on system or application level. This is what GeorgeS tried to say you.
2. Styles conflict. Is there any style applied to the text you try to copy (including [Basic Paragraph]? If there are styles with identical names in a destination doc, settings from them will be applied to the copied text. And those settings may be different...
I'm going to try it.
I tell you,
Thank so much to all
I put a bet on winterm 2nd option.
With an extra bet on Basic Paragraph conflict.
Let me know if I win ^^
Uh, vinny, may we stay on the bright side for a while? You know, modifying [Basic Paragraph] is a really bad idea, ever.
I hope You'll loose
Yes its a conflict of paragraph styles. But not with Basic, its from Normal. So the winner is, the second option.
Thank so much