Prioritized fonts not working

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I've always had struggle getting fonts to work in word and powerpoint. And now I've come to realize that it might be because I have to many fonts. I thought I found the solution yesterday when I came across that you can prioritize fonts through Terminal (which is explained here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/issues-with-fonts-in-office-for-macos-66a299b2-47ec-43bd-... ). But this command doesn't seem to work, the only response I get is "Unexpected argument PrioritizedFonts-matris; leaving defaults unchanged." (see attached image). 

What am I doing wrong here?

 

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