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I want to find text with the font name "SimSun" but are unable to do so. I realised that the text styled with "SimSun" is as Asian Text Font instead of normal Font option.
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You need to use the NameFarEast Property.

Selection.Find.Font.NameFarEast = "SimSum"
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I had tried this before, if I used NameFarEast property, all the other part of the word document if they are not asian text, their font will be minion but still their NameFarEast property is still SImSun.

That mean I will be also finding word that are font minion as well.....
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It was not a total solution...
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