I am sorry, I should have been more specific. As you saw from Mark
Davis, you do need the fonts to go along. When I installed Windows 95,
I installed some internationalization features such as keyboards for
various languages - the fonts come along with this installation. If you
want all of Unicode, the Bitstream CD is a possibility (I have not
played with that).
Having fun yet ?
>Sent: Sunday, July 20, 1997 9:19 AM
>To: Multiple Recipients of
>Subject: RE: support in browsers for fonts
>"Winkler, Arnold F" writes:
>> If you should have Netscape 3.0 Gold, or Microsoft Internet Explorer
>> 4.01 under Windows 95, you can set the document encoding in the Options
>> menu. It does work.
>I tried it, but it only gets me fonts corresponding roughly to
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