The only way I can reproduce your result is to create a document that is formatted with Times New Roman, remove Times New Roman from the system Library>Fonts (not the one in your User folder), then reopen the document in Word. Any Word file created with a font will display that font in the font menu, even if the font is not present. However, for display, Word will silently substitute something else, in this case Calibri. Did the file come from another computer? Have you looked in Library>Fonts to check whether Times New Roman is there?
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Brandwares - Advanced Office template services to the graphic design industry and select corporations. John Korchok, Production Manager [email protected] Exactly what specific steps are you taking to 'set my document' to Times New Roman? Is this an issue in 1 specific document, or all documents [including new ones]? Without complete descriptive details nobody can do anything but guess. I understand where John is going re font substitution, but in my experience it is rare that a sans serif font would be substituted for a serif font -- particularly one as common as TNR.
You can readily tell if you go to Format>Font Substitution. To see what it reports, but quite honestly I believe there has to be some other reason. Please mark HELPFUL or ANSWERED as appropriate to keep list as clean as possible ☺ Regards, Bob J.
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