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Post Script Fonts on Win98

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Ok, we recently purchased a font for one of our clients.  Problem is that we cannot seem to get it to instal on Win98 machines.  I'm assuming this is because it's a Post Script Font, perhaps? (.afm, .pfm, .inf)

Does anyone know of a font manager utility or some sort of program that will allow us to install these without actually changing the OS of the machine?

Initial test has shown that while they will not instal on Win98, we have no problems with NT or 2000.

Thanks so much!!
Janette
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