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Adding fonts to Word

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My recently installed Microsoft Word Professional 2002 has a limited number of fonts, however, Win 7 has many more in the windows section.  How can I add these fonts
to Word?  Incidently, they show up in Word Pad.
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It may be your printer driver. In general the fonts shown are those that can be used on the current printer. See this article by Suzanne Barnhill & Bill Coan

http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting/NoFonts.htm
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Great job GrahamSkan.  Installing the drivers from HP did it.  I now
have all the fonts in Word.
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Great job GrahmSkan
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