How to Add New Fonts in Windows 7By Partho, Gaea News Network
Monday, January 19, 2009
The Add Font dialog has been a faithful ally to Windows users for years. I remember dragging the Real Wild West fonts to Fonts folder via Control panel, never tough. For lazy leg like me, the easier the better. Windows 7 haven’t compromised the inheritance except that you got something easier to crack the nut. I Buck up!
Windows 7 has made Font installation even easier. It’s especially for those inclined to typography.
- It features an Install button to the font viewer applet that allows you to add new fonts with a click.
- Additionally, you can group the multiple weights together.
- If you need to hide fonts on the basis of regional settings, Windows 7 incorporates a new text rendering engine built into the DirectWrite API.
- It supports the Font common file dialog for more than for standard weights.
See an instance below
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