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I opened a 209-page .pdf file in Affinity Publisher, and it is Times Roman.  I want to be able to change the font throughout the document to Berylium, but I don't want to have to go page by page and do it.  Can it be done in one fell swoop?  

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In theory you should be able to use View > Studio > Find and Replace to do this

But Find and Replace is very buggy at the moment and crashes Publisher a lot, future beta releases should be more stable


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On 11/11/2018 at 8:07 PM, Jennymac said:

I opened a 209-page .pdf file in Affinity Publisher, and it is Times Roman.  I want to be able to change the font throughout the document to Berylium, but I don't want to have to go page by page and do it.  Can it be done in one fell swoop?  

One way would be to assign the entire text the same paragraph style. Then you can change the paragraph style and the font will change accordingly in the entire document.

This assumes that there are no different styles like headings.

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This was an ebook I converted to pdf.  I then opened it in Publisher, and it had placed the text in many different text boxes.  In PP9, I was able to just shrink my view, then click and drag to select all of the different boxes and then change my fonts respectively.  I am not sure I like how Publisher is working.  I don't understand why they fixed something that wasn't broken.  

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