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Troubleshooting

What to Do If Fonts Seem to Be Missing

If the font is a PostScript font and you are running Windows 98 or NT 4.0, check to make sure that PostScript fonts are available. On the taskbar, click Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click the Fonts folder. Choose View, Options, TrueType, and make sure that the Show Only TrueType Fonts in the Programs on My Computer check box is cleared. Then, make sure that Adobe Type Manager (ATMCNTRL.EXE) is running and is turned on. (Windows 2000 has PostScript font support built in.)

What to Do If Word Substitutes Fonts You Don't Like

If you open a document that calls for fonts you don't have, Word substitutes other fonts. You can control which fonts are substituted by choosing Tools, Options, Compatibility and clicking Font Substitution. Word lists the fonts it is currently substituting and lets you choose different ones.


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