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Deleting a Font

Fonts take up space in active memory as well as on your hard disk. There may come a time when you want to delete fonts you don't use from memory and/or from the hard disk. If you decide later that you want to use the deleted fonts, you can always reinstall them using the original program disks. To delete a font, follow these steps:

  1. From the Desktop, open the Control Panel window by choosing Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click the Fonts folder icon. The Fonts window appears.

  2. From the list of fonts, select the font(s) you want to remove. You can hold down the Ctrl key and click multiple fonts if you want to delete more than one font at a time.

  3. Choose File, Delete. Windows NT displays the Windows Fonts Folder message box.

  4. Choose Yes to delete the fonts or No to cancel the command.

  5. In the Fonts window, click the Close button in the title bar to exit the window.


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