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Hi, I use Windows XP and for some unknown reason I no longer have all of the Arial Fonts.  I only have Arial Narrow and would like to get the complete suite.  I checked my Fonts file in Control Panel and that's the only one that shows up. Can someone help please?
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You can download it from below link..

http://www.fontyukle.net/en/1,arial


 Download Microsoft Core Fonts

http://web.nickshanks.com/fonts/microsoft-core-web-fonts
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Please ignore my post.

Ckivml already mentioned that.
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Many, many thanks
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