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Why don't I have the font Helvetica in my MS Word 2003?

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Why don't I have the font Helvetica in my MS Word 2003?

Which settings should I change so I can use Helvetica in a Word-document?
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Word lets you choose any of the fonts installed on your computer. Windows doesn't come with the Helvetica font. To conifrm this, go to the Control Panel and look at the fonts installed on your computer. Helvetica won't be there. You can either use Arial (very close to Helvetica), or purchase the Helvetica font online and install it.
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Ok, I found out that there are many different fonts that are very similar to Helvetica, and the real Helvetica only can be purchased.
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