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How to export font file in windows XP.  I want to send the font file to another person.
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go to control panel in the fonts icon.
double click on it and it will open a windows copy the fonts that you want to send and send them

Thats it
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by:KaranGupta
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When I right click on the font file, I don't find any option of copy
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what windows do you have?
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if it is windows XP. go again to control panel select the fonts that you want to copy and press Ctrl+c. Then press Ctrl+v to the place you want to paste them!
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