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I guess you can find any type of font here. They are the best i have seen: http://www.fonts.com

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I assume you already have fonts you want to install. If not, you'll need to buy what you want first from somewhere like fonts.com.

  1. Open "My Computer"
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You might need to restart programs you have open for the new font(s) to appear in the fonts menu.

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