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VB.net FontDialog Only TrueType fonts are supported.

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Hi
I have an Excel add-in with  taskpane that allows the user to select a font
from the font dialog that then changes the font of a label on the taskpane.
O am getting the following error when I select certain fonts. Is there a wayto
limit the list of fonts on the Font dialog to only include TrueType fonts

"Only TrueType fonts are supported. This is not a TrueType font"
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Craig Wagner earned 500 total points
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Apparently this has been a long-standing problem. Here's a blog post that suggests a couple of possible solutions.

http://c-madeeasy.blogspot.com/2011/11/unsolved-this-is-not-true-type-font.html
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Thanks very much
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