True Type Font File Structure

does anyone know where I can find some docs on the True Type font File structure
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Simply put, a true type font is an outline or scaleable font. It can be displayed or printed in any size without distortion. So a font will look good in 8 pt, as it does in 800pt.

What are you trying to get? Do you need to install ttf's? Or other?

There are several MS documents you can get. Here are a couple:

How to Install

How to Uninstall

How to preview a font

How to incorporate in VB code.

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