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Webdings font taking over

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by brassy1234, Sep 4, 2004.

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  1. brassy1234

    brassy1234 Thread Starter

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    :confused: I'm using Windows XP and I think I have some virus that changed the fonts of everything to what looks like the "Webdings" font. I can't read anything and it's kind of frustrating.

    Can you please help me in fixing this problem?
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  2. Sequal7

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    What is it that you are having this font diplayed in?

    Is it every thing you open or browse to in your computer, or just internet pages etc?

    If it just internet, reset your web settings, or change the font to your desired font type.

    At the top of your browser window, Click tools, internet options, click the font button.

    Change to any font you like, the default Windows one is;
    Latin based:Times New Roman:Courier

    That should set your browser up right.
     
  3. brassy1234

    brassy1234 Thread Starter

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    It's everything in windows. It wont let me change the fonts back or give any other options for different fonts to change from. I even opened up Word and it's in that font. When I type a URL address, it does it in that font also.

    What else should I try?
     
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