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    Installing Fonts

    Ive got a font thats been supplied in a zip file, with a number of .inf and .pfb and .afm files.

    Ive no idea how to install these on windows 7..

    Any ideas?

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    Type 1 fonts and Windows 7

    That link had the answers..

    Go here and download "AfmtoPfm 1.0" (it's free)

    http://www.proximasoftware.com/download.htm

    Once installed you select the location of your current AFM, INF and PFB files and then click "create PFM files".

    You can now install them on Windows 7 :-)
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    do you wish to install the font to a remote machine(s) or is it for a local machine if its local just right click font and click 'Install'

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