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My default font got changed to Marlett Font which is symbols etc. Therefore my Frontpage Icons and Window Applications are spelled out in symbols, i.e. squares, zeroes, triangles, dots, etc.
Making it almost impossible to find out where to click to reset it to Times Roman or Arial or something in the English Language. Is there a simple way to undo this? I have tried System Restore to no avail. I have gone into WORD and tried to change the FONT but it only list three Marlett types of fonts. My wife rebooted the computer when the printer locked up the other day and when it came back up everything was in the Marlett Script/Font. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Step by step if possible. Not to savy with the computer terms. thanks.
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