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"fixedsys" font in word

Posted on 2004-08-31
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Hello,

In notepad every letter has the same width.
I want the same in word (so that you have "collums" of letters), but apparently every letter has a different width.
I looked on the internet and found that notepad uses the font "fixedsys", so I tried to apply this font on my text in word. But the problem is that I don't have this font in word (?!).

Can somebody help me please ??
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Hi plinius,
Try using Courier font

Cheers!

Brad
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Thanks a lot.
This works indeed!!
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plinius,
Thanks for the grade!
Brad
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