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Lesson 15. Working with Windows Fonts > Installing Fonts from Disk

Installing Fonts from Disk

Because all installed fonts are available for use in all Windows applications, you may find that you want to add fonts to your system. When you add a font to Windows NT, it takes up disk space (however, TrueType fonts take up much less space than bitmapped fonts).

To add fonts, you use the Add Fonts dialog box, which offers you the option of connecting to the Network as a source for font files. To connect to the network, you would choose the Network command button. For more information about connecting to a network, see Lesson 20.


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