What ar the rquired fonts?
Which are the required fonts for windows XP
I found the ones for 95 and 98 but not XP
This question was answered on March 18, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.The following fonts are included with Windows XP:
Courier New (TrueType, including Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic variations)
Arial (TrueType, including Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic variations)
Times New Roman (TrueType, including Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic variations)
MS Sans Serif
If any of the standard fonts that are included with Windows XP are missing, you can run Windows XP Setup again Setup replaces missing or changed files If these standard fonts are missing, other Windows XP files may also be missing, and Setup corrects these problems.
Adding New Fonts
Windows supports TrueType fonts or fonts that are specially designed for Windows, and these fonts are available commercially Some programs also include special fonts that are installed as part of the program installation Additionally, printers frequently come with TrueType or special Windows fonts Follow the directions that come with these products to install these fonts.
To manually install or re-install a font:
Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel
Double-click the Fonts folder
On the File menu, click Install New Font
In the Drives box, click the drive that has the floppy or CD-ROM that contains the fonts you want to add If you are installing fonts from a floppy disk, this is typically drive A or drive B If you are installing the fonts from a compact disc, your CD-ROM drive is typically drive D Double-click the folder that contains the fonts.
Click the font you want to add To select more than one font at a time, press and hold down the CTRL key while you click each font
Click to select the Copy Fonts To Fonts Folder check box The Windows\Fonts folder is where the fonts that are included with Windows XP are stored
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Posted by ricardo of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 18, 2003