Before opening the template make sure you have install the fonts.
Open the Important Install Fonts First.txt file
Open the link in your browser
Download the font file and unzip
Install the fonts
If you're using a Mac, open up FontBook and go to File > Add fonts (this is a quick and easy way to add the whole folder instead of double-clicking on each individual font).
If the font doesn't automatically update, close down InDesign and reopen.
What are Paragraph Styles?
Every text style is saved as a Paragraph Style. This means you can change the font in the Paragraph Styles panel only once, rather than selecting every piece of text individually. Paragraph Styles help to save time and create consistency with your typography. So all your headings and paragraph will look the same.
How to edit the Paragraph Styles
To edit the paragraph styles:
Open up the Paragraph Styles palette
Double-click on the style that you want to edit
Under Basic Character Format change the Font Family to the one your wish to use
From this panel you can edit all of the characteristics of this particular Paragraph Style (Size, leading, tracking, colour etc).
What are Character Styles?
A Character Style is a collection of character formatting attributes that can be applied to text in a single step. Character styles, in InDesign, should only be applied to a character, or a word, or perhaps a sentence or two. For example: bold.
Paragraph Styles are used to style Headings, subheadings and paragraphs. Whereas, Character Styles are used to style individual words. Character Styles stack on top of Paragraph Styles.