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Is Modena Font supported by windows98
riteinfotechAsked:
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Lobo042399Commented:
Hi riteinfotech,

If I remember correctly. last time you mentioned that your client had supplied you with TTF and Type 1 versions of Modena. If these are Mac files then they require conversion before using them in a PC environment.

You could use CrossFont to open the Mac TrueType version and generate a PC TrueType version of Modena. The demo version of CrossFont only lets you convert one font at a time while the registered version lets you convert entire groups. You cna download CrossFont from:

http://www.asy.com/scrcf.htm

Good Vibes!

Lobo
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mathieu_cuprykCommented:
Yes Cross Fonts is is Supported by Windows 98. But always make a backup of your fonts. depending on the SE.

MC
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Lobo042399Commented:
Yay!
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