Message appears in message center.
"Replaced missing Font [FONT NAME] with [FONT NAME]. Some text may not display correctly."
You need to get the fonts that are listed as missing from the computer that was used to place the font. On the computer that correctly displays the font, copy the font(s) to the computer (same directory) that incorrectly displays the fonts.
MicroStation allows you to use three types of fonts by default. Each font is located in a different directory or folder location.
V8 and V8i locations
True Type Fonts these fonts are Windows fonts located in the Windows directory. (C:\Windows\Fonts) These fonts are the same fonts as used in Word and other MicroSoft Products.
MicroStation RSC fonts are our delivered fonts which may also be customized. By default they are located in the Workspace folder. If your Workspace is on your network or a different location locally you will need to find that location. (C:\ProgramData\Bentley\MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries)\WorkSpace\System\Symb)
AutoCAD SHX fonts we also deliver some of these type fonts with MicroStation. You may also get these from an outside source. These are standard AutoCAD fonts which can be found in the Workspace. (C:\ProgramData\Bentley\MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries)\WorkSpace\System\Fonts)
True Type Fonts are still located in the Windows directory. (C:\Windows\Fonts)
MicroStation RSC fonts are now located in the Default Symb folder. (C:\Program Files\Bentley\MicroStation CONNECT Edition Update\MicroStation\Default\Symb )
AutoCAD SHX fonts are also located in the Default Fonts folder. (C:\Program Files\Bentley\MicroStation CONNECT Edition Update\MicroStation\Default\Fonts)
When you find the fonts that are missing or have new fonts you would like MicroStation to find you can add them to the locations listed. You may also use the variable MS_FONTPATH to point to a desired location other than the described locations.
If you are not sure what resource file contains the particular Font desired you can use Font Utility to open your resource files. See the attached wiki for Font Utility.
A detailed discussion on Fonts can be found here: