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Some of my fonts which are visible in print preview are not getting printed on paper

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  • jainamit2975 Jul 30, 2009

    I created a true type font from a .jpg file and installed it. Now I created a document which contains data using my font and some other font. the print preview displays data in both fonts, but actual printout does not contain data which was typed in my newly installed font.


  • jainamit2975 Jul 31, 2009

    I created the font with extension .ttf using High-logic's font creator 5.6 software.

    Hope this helps you get to the core of the issue

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Sounds to me that your homemade font is a handy thing but I think you may have to convert it as a mapped bit array what extention ???? I do not know FNT BMP this may need some more looking at.
Do you have a program that is a font maker editor?

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