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What is an MS Word equivallent (or the most simillar) of Helvetica 55 and Helvetica 65 fonts? :)

I don't want to use Helvetica because not everyone has this font and it needs to show up same on everyone's computer :) . We like the look of Helvetica so need something that's very simillar.


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There is no Word equivalent of any font. Word offers whatever fonts are available on the computer at the time you make the document.

If you need to format the document in a specific fashion, and there's no need for anybody else to edit it, you could consider exporting it to a PDF file. Word doesn't do this but there are many ways to make PDF files. The easiest way is download a copy of OpenOffice, open your file into it and on the File menu is the option you need.
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