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I have a p200mmx, running win95 osr2.  After installing several apps like pm6, photoshop 4.0, corel draw 6, and adobe type manager, the screen fonts get messed up.  The machine comes up with a font like courier, and looks like crap.  My question is, where does osr2 keep the screen fonts?  It is not the same place the first release does.  I looked that up in the resource kit, and it does not match.
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right click the desktop, and go to properties, then to appearance, there is a drop down list that is set to desktop,  change it to icons, and the fonts will be available..
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Do I feel stupid now.
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