Solved: Times New Roman Font not displaying properly

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goldenrat

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Long story short, my computer is not displaying Times New Roman fonts. It's showing arial, except for Excel strangly. But everywhere else, browsers, word, frontpage, TNR font is not there.

At first, i went into the font folder and all the times fonts were gone. so i used the install font function and times wasn't there either. so i grabbed some files off of an xp computer and installed them. no difference. any ideas? other things are messed up too, like on craigslist, all of the fonts are small enven though zoom is normal and the font is set to medium. So i'm stumped as to what the problem could be. at firsst, all times new roman was italitcized but that problem went away after i reinstalled all of the fonts.

Vista ultimate SP2
I'll forgo all the hardware specs as I think this is clearly a software issue but will add them if needed.
 

goldenrat

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i just reinstalled all of the fonts and now it displays some times new roman fonts in internet explorer 8 only. they are still messed up in opera, firefox, word, frontpage.
 

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Figured out the problem. I traced the problem to when i uninstalled Ad-Aware a few days ago. Somewhere I've read that occasionally, Ad-Aware will cause some problems with uninstalling.

I had to adjust my fontsubstitutions registry key. Many of the fonts were switched to Segoe UI including times new roman. took Segoe UI out and replaced with times new roman and rebooted and bam! I also had to change the other ones back to their defaults. Very hard problem to solve but I did it!
 
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