Working with Fonts

Windows 98 makes it easy to work with the fonts on your system. Using a special Fonts folder, you can view individual fonts, add new fonts, and remove fonts. Windows 98 gives you two main methods of getting to the Fonts folder:

  • In Explorer, highlight the Fonts subfolder of your main Windows 98 folder, as shown in Figure 20.5.
    Figure 20.5. You can work with the Fonts folder either from Explorer…

  • In Control Panel, open the Fonts icon to display the folder window shown in Figure 20.6.
    Figure 20.6. …or by opening Control Panel's Fonts icon.

Opening a Font

The Font dialog box in most applications gives you a sneak preview of what ...

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