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I have been using MS Frontpage for years (as an amateur) but recently had a problem with fonts. I write most text in Arial 2 and it looks right in Design view, but when put into Preview or the file is posted to the web the text appears in Times Roman - a font I don't much like. (see www.roundtheworldbycar.co.uk)
The default is set to Arial 2.
Any ideas would be welcome.
Vic
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