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Font Modules How to prompt installation?

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What code do I include in a page to prompt the latest netscape and Explorer browser to download the Greek fonts and the hebrew font modules from Msoft and Netscape?
I have visited sites where I have ben prompted to do this but just can not work out how it is done.
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You can do that if you convert your font to DYNAMIC FONT, it will prompt you for permit download the font and use it on the page.

For further information, you can read document at www.truedoc.com
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Thank you it worked well.
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