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Using TrueType Fonts

Most applications that run in Windows 95 use TrueType fonts. A type of built-in font-generation software,TrueType generates screen and printer fonts so that what you see on-screen is almost exactly the same as what prints, whether you have a laser or a dot-matrix printer.

When you choose Format, Font and select the Font tab, the fonts available with your printer appear in the Font list with printer icons next to them. TrueType fonts are listed with a TT icon next to them (see Figure 9.20). After you select a new font from the Font list, read the description of the font below the Preview box. The information in this box describes the type of font you have selected and how it affects printing.


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