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Where did my fonts go?

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I am using PS 5.0 under Win95.  Like most users I have dozens of True Type fonts installed on my machine.  Tonight when I fired up PS, I only had about 15 fonts available with the Type tool.  I immediately loaded up Word and found that all my usual fonts were available in that program.  So I rebooted and tried again with the same results.  When I was using PS a few days ago I had all my usual fonts.  Where could they have went?
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Upgrade to PS 5.0.2, Adobe just addressed fix to this problem.

www.adobe.com
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I checked out Adobe's site before posting this question, but it didn't say anything about the upgrade fixing this specific problem.  I decided to erase & reinstall, and everything works okay now.  Since upgrading is a good tip anyways, I'll award the points.

Thanks.
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