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How to use the \substitutefont in the normal font?

I need substitute cmr (\familydefault) to yvo (Venturis ADF Old) but is no work.


% Normal
\substitutefont{T1}{cmr}{yvo} % Venturis ADF Old

% Sans Serif
\substitutefont{T1}{cmss}{pzc} % Zapf Chancery

% Monospaced
\substitutefont{T1}{cmtt}{phv} % Helvetica









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I just noticed that you have some questions that have received answers but you haven't accepted any of them. Please consider revisiting those questions and accepting the answer that best solved your problem. I know that you've accepted answers to most of your questions; this is just a reminder for the other ones ;-) (Please forgive me if I bother you with this.) – Gonzalo Medina Aug 19 '12 at 0:58
ok, is that it took me a while to test, has no problem remembering, thank you. – Regis da Silva Aug 19 '12 at 23:57
up vote 4 down vote accepted

You basically can't for the standard size. The default font should be specified by changing \rmfamily:


In the case of Venturis ADF it's better to say


(see the package documentation for the <options>).

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Thank you egreg. – Regis da Silva Aug 19 '12 at 23:58

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