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Powerpoint and TagEditor: what to do with fonts?
Thread poster: Sylvain Leray

Sylvain Leray  Identity Verified
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German to French
Sep 30, 2004


I have to translate ppt files with TagEditor, and my client sent me a fonts folder with the specific fonts for these files.
Shall I simply save the fonts into the standard folder for fonts in Windows or is there a specific manner to handle fonts in TagEditor?

Latest version/build of TE and ppt 2002 with Win XP.

Thank you in adavance!

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Hynek Palatin  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
Local time: 02:39
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Fonts Sep 30, 2004

Just install the fonts (Start - Control panel - Fonts - File - Install new Font...).

I believe that TagEditor doesn't need the fonts at all and you could translate the file without them, but they will be useful to check the translated file directly in PowerPoint.

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