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Fonts for Microsoft Word


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waynf

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I used to have Microsoft Word 2003 on my computer but now that I have Microsoft Word 2007 I notice that there are some fonts that are not listed on newer version.  Is there a way that I can import these fonts that I used to have and have them on the newer version.  I am speaking primarily of "Edwardian Script" and "Chiller".  I still have my installation disc of Microsoft Word 2003.


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I have installed additional fonts on the work computers I fix. You should be able to copy what you want to the main font folder.

The font folder is in C;/windows


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I am not exactly sure what you mean.  Are you saying I can import or copy said fonts from my Microsoft Word 2003 disc and paste it on my Word folder 2007?


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I am awaiting reply as to my last question.  I am really bogged down on this subject

 

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Find the fonts you want in your word 2003 disc. And that would be if they are viewable. They might not be, but you can search the disc for the font you want.

Then you need to copy/paste in to the main font folder that is found in C;windows.


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