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About font license restrictions
Article Fonts installed on your computer are licensed by their manufacturers for specific uses. For example, a font license might allow you to use the font to display o...
Publisher 2007, Publisher 2003
Select fonts that work well together
Article Selecting fonts that look good together makes your publication look professional. Using font schemes is an easy way to achieve this goal. Do one of the followin...
Publisher 2003
Install a new font on your computer
Article Applies to Microsoft Office 2003 Microsoft Office XP Installing fonts in Microsoft Windows® is quick and simple. Once fonts are installed in Windows, they are a...
Access 2003, Excel 2003...
Troubleshoot fonts and subsetting
Article When I type text in my publication, squares appear instead of letters This happens when you have saved a publication with a subset of a total font set. Turn off...
Publisher 2003
Show or hide actual fonts in the font list
Article Microsoft Office programs can display the font list names in the actual font — for example, the Arial font would be displayed in Arial. On the Tools menu, cli...
Access 2003, Excel 2003...
See which fonts are used in a publication
Article On the Tools menu, point to Commercial Printing Tools , and then click Fonts . The Fonts dialog box displays all fonts used in the publication.
Publisher 2003
About resolving font duplication in Publisher
Article If a font that is embedded in a publication has the same name as a font installed on your computer, its status will display as Duplicate in the Load Fonts ...
Publisher 2003
Turn font previews on or off
Article On the Tools menu, click Customize . Do one of the following: To show font names in the actual font style, click the Options tab, and then select the List...
Publisher 2003
Change the font size
Article Select the text you want to change. On the Formatting toolbar , type or click a point size in the Font Size box . For example, type 10.5 .
Publisher 2003
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