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Posted on 2002-04-02
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Can someone name me a font of Postscript type? Is Arial and Courier one of them?
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You can get many fonts in both TrueType and PostScript type 1 format. PostScript doesn't have a particular set of fonts specific to it--it just uses a different file format to DESCRIBE those fonts, and you can't display these on Windows 2000 without additional software. (XP displays PostScript type 1 fonts without this additional software).
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