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    What problem are you having with unicode fonts? Are you looking for fonts to download, do you want to learn how to install them, or are you having issues after installing?

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Hi,

Follow the below steps to download unicode fonts

http://software.informer.com/getfree-unicode-fonts-for-windows-mobile/

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