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Old 04-12-2007, 06:50 PM   #1
Clayton
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Default Source of <font_name Win95 BT> Fonts?

Back in the Dark Ages when I bought a system with WinXP on it, some of the TT fonts (or maybe they were OT?) had "Win95 BT" after the typeface name, for example:

"Chianti Win95BT-Normal"

I believe another family was Times New Roman, and IIRC, 3 or 4 more of these could be used within Corel Draw.

Well, over the last 5 years those "Win95BT" fonts disappeared. I can't find them in my Office 2000 CD, my Photoshop or Corel CDs, nor in my WinXP CD (unless they are hidden in a DLL or something).

Any idea where these fonts came from? I did a lot of work in Corel on this computer back then, using those font files, and now I have to do a lot of substitution.
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