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How do I transfer fonts from MS Office to Pages?


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I've got both MS Office and Iwork 09. Don't really want to use MS Word, it is too slow. Maybe, i'll need word for University, but for the meantime how do i transfer all fonts from Word to Pages? I only ask because when i open a document in Pages, it dosent recognize some of the fonts.
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