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TheWern

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Hi Again,

Dont laugh....
A while ago I tried to get some fancy fonts to use, and having downloaded them, I couldn't find out what to do with them - so I gave up. BUT NOW......
I have been sent a .TTF file and a request to help someone do a menu page for their site. Although I'm sure its as basic as can be, I dont know what to do with it ! ! ! !
I use Dreamweaver and the Macromedia suite.

Thanks
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stettybet0

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In Windows XP, simply copy and paste the TTF file into the C:\WINDOWS\Fonts folder. It should automatically be installed, and be available for use on any program. If you have an instance of a program running at the time, you may need to close it and re-open it for it to recognize the new font. Also, sometimes a restart may be needed.

Edited by stettybet0, 08 June 2007 - 12:43 PM.

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TheWern

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THANK YOU - Its easy when you know how.
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Michael

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But know that everyone that visits your site and does not have it installed will not be able to see the fancy text.
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