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To make your own Font

Make ur own font in XP:
Private Character Editor Used 4editing fonts,etc.
>Start
>Run
>Type "eudcedit"

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how to change fonts size in tally 7.20


HI,

There is an Utility in your Windows.

If you insist i show you but it may be risky Overriding your Original Fonts..

Press WinKey + R it will start Run.

Enter "EUDCEDIT" w/o ' " ' and press enter an Hidden Windows Font Utility will appear.

Select the Fonts you want and override it to "Times New Roman"

All the Fonts in Tally uses Default System Fonts.


GOODLUCK

Jan 19, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I need to reduce the fonts in word processor


With the graphic capability of computers and printers today, there are many fonts to choose from when writing documents.
  • Important category that fonts can be divided into are:
    • Monospaced fonts: Monospaced fonts are fonts in which every character uses the same amount of horizontal space, like this sentence.
    • Proportionally spaced fonts: Proportionally spaced fonts (also called variable pitch fonts) use up only the amount of horizontal space that is required for the letter. Therefore, the letter W would take up more space than the letterI. Standard HTML text font, like this sentence (bad example for those unfortunate lynx users :-), is an example of this kind.
Using these kinds of fonts requires formatting to be done correctly. Aligning text should never be done by using spaces. Since character width varies with proportional fonts, assume that it will never line up correctly using spaces. It is possible that on the screen it looks perfect, but remember that the resolution a monitor provides is not even close to the quality that a laser printer can produce. Even if monospaced fonts are used, spaces should be avoided in the event that the font is changed to a proportional font later. Instead of using spaces, use tab stops, indentation markers, and other features to align text.
  • Fonts can also be divided into:
    • Scaleable: Scaleable fonts, such as the popular TrueType fonts, are rendered by applying a fancy mathematical algorithm to represent each character. This allows the fonts to be used at any point size with uniform quality. These fonts are actually printed as graphics and therefore can be printed on any printer that can support graphics.
    • Printer: Printer fonts are the default fonts that come already installed with the printer.
    • Soft: Other fonts can be used by downloading soft fonts.
If there is the possibility that fonts used in the document are not going to be available on another printer, techniques such as embedding or substituting can be used.

Nov 05, 2008 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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