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installing/adding fonts

installing/adding fonts

installing/adding fonts

tried to figure this out on my own but i dont get the explaination in OO help menu on installing or adding a font. can anyone help me? thanks

RE: installing/adding fonts

i found the answer

RE: installing/adding fonts

Can you be so kind to share what you found, so others can learn?


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RE: installing/adding fonts

PLAN B it was just because i didnt have the font installed in windows it didnt have anything to do with open office.

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