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What you need:<br />1) The CUST file<br />2) One or two true type fonts (.ttf)<br />3) Winmage installed (<a href="http://www.winimage.com/download/winima85.exe">DOWNLOAD HERE</a>)<br /><br />1. First, open up your CUST file using Winimage.<br /><br />2. In the DMF folder (or the MEDIA folder) there is a sub folder called fonts. In this are two true type fonts.<br /><br />3.
Make sure the fonts you are adding are on the desktop. Then rename them
both like the ones in the CUST file. To do this quickly, simply right
click on one of the fonts, and then click on properties. You can then
just copy the titles.<br /><br />4. If you only have one font, just make a
double of it, and rename it like one of the original fonts. Notice how
they are different in names. Make sure your two fonts are as well.<br /><br />5.
Highlight both of the original fonts and hit delete. Then click on the
small icon with an arrow going upwards out of sheets of paper. This lets
you insert files. Find your two custom, properly named files and insert
them.<br /><br />6. Once you have done all this, you can then save the CUST file and upload it to your LG pop. Then you should have a new font <img src="smiley.gif" /><br /><br />Not all fonts will work, but the majority of them do. Notice how similar the way your pop reads the files to a computer <img src="smiley.gif" />
1) Install FontRouter (Fontrouter LT+FontrouterMan)in your memory card, or mass storage in N95 8Gb 2) using the x-plore app, make a folder in phone memory (C:/) named fonts 3) Move the fontrouter.ini and paste in c:\data\fonts 4) edit the fontrouter.ini file with x-plore like this:- search at: Extra font files to be loaded ExtraFontFile=\Data\Fonts\*.* and change it to ;Extra font files to be loaded ExtraFontFile=C:\Data\Fonts\*.* exit and save the file 5) Copy your *.ttf font to c:\data\fonts 6) restart the phone, and there's your new font!
if you afterwards want to change your font edit the fontrouter.ini file again and change Enable=1 to 0 restart and change the fonts, then Enable again to 1 and restart and enjoy the new look of the interface.
You can add font to your computer from windows control panel.First of all downland the font you would like to add from a free website like http://www.1001freefonts.com/ or if you already have the font files make sure you extract it first using a program like Winzip,Winrar or 7zip if its a compressed file.
Click Start buttom, and then click Control Panel.
Find the option named Fonts and open it by double clicking it.
On the File menu, click Install New Font.
In the Drives box, click the drive that contains the font that you want to add.
Note The floppy disk drive is typically drive A or drive B. The CD drive is typically drive D.
In the Folders box, click the folder that contains the font that you want to add, and then click OK.
In the List of fonts
box, click the font that you want to add. To select more than one font
at a time, press and hold the CTRL key while you select each font.
Click to select the Copy Fonts To Fonts Folder check box. The new font is saved in the Windows\Fonts folder.
Now your new added fonts should show up on the programs that used fonts.Hope it helped.
Let me add with a brief details on how to download, how to install and how to type Indian Rupee Symbol:
Click here to download INR Rupee font, download this, extract the font file (once you open the zip file, you'll see a file name "Rupee"), copy it and paste it in the Fonts folder of the Control Panel of your computer.
Open a word processing program like Ms-word (in your case, Excel) and select the font as "Rupee" from the drop down lists, now press
You have to embed the fonts with Acrobat. Acrobat will embed fonts depending upon your instructions. You will have to select the font which you're wanting from Word inside Acrobat, by following the specific instructions for your version from Help. Open the Help menu, select Search, and enter, "embed fonts." Read the articles there, and it will explain how to make the fonts you want 'stick' when you make a PDF. Hope this helps. If not, please let us know.