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Windows® 98 Unleashed by Paul McFedries

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Adding New Fonts to Windows 98

As I mentioned earlier, there are all kinds of TrueType font collections on the market now. If you're feeling cramped by the paltry selection that comes with Windows 98, perhaps one of these packages can provide just the right typeface to give your documents that certain je ne sais quoi. Before you can use your new fonts, however, you need to add them to Windows 98. The following steps show you how it's done:

1.
Display the Fonts folder.
2.
Select File | Install New Font. The Add Fonts dialog box appears.
3.
Insert the disk containing the font files and then select the appropriate disk drive from the Drives list. (If the font files are in a different folder, use the Folders list to select the appropriate location.) ...

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