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printing samples of every font

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by missfuffy, Aug 9, 2003.

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  1. missfuffy

    missfuffy Thread Starter

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    I have over 500 fonts. I have to delete at least 200 of them.
    I know what should NOT be deleted but, is there a way
    to print a sample of EVERY font?
    Also, when it comes to deleting, should I delete to a zip disk
    or just delete?
    I have already backed up every font on a CD-RW disk.
    Thank you.... missfuffy
     
  2. mcse72

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    You can view and print samples of each font in W2K by going to the C:/Winnt/Fonts folder, (I believe in XP its located in the C:/Windows/Fonts folder.) Just double click on each one to view a sample which you can print by clicking on the print button on the upper right. However, if you have 500 fonts, its probably not worth the time and ink to print all of them. Its probably best just to view them and delete the ones your planning to get rid of by cutting them over onto your zip disk for backup.
     
  3. missfuffy

    missfuffy Thread Starter

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    super... thank you.... by "cutting them over" I assume that you mean delete but send to zip....
    I do have quite a chore ahead of me... thank you
     
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