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Topic # 87905 10-Aug-2011 11:00
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I installed some handwriting fonts without thoroughly investigating them first, hoping to have bradley itc and lucida handwriting.  instead I got dozens of individual handwriting which I don't want.  If I remove all the fonts, can I then just install the Office ones from the Office CD, or do I need to delete the many unwanted ones one by one?

Thanks for your help. 




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  Reply # 504267 10-Aug-2011 11:35
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Righto - did what I ought to and googled.  I have now removed the unwanted fonts and installed one other that I do want.

Thanks anyway :-) 




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  Reply # 505381 12-Aug-2011 10:50
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No prob.

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