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How can I embed TTF fonts in my Delphi project,
and use them as properties for my VCL controls,
so that my application is fully portable.

I need to generate Win32 applications with VCL control captions
that look identical and scale correctly on all PC's,
regardless of the installed (or missing) fonts on the
target Windows machine.

1) can I embed the fonts I need directly in the exe file,

2) can I achieve this using an external resource or DLL file
that I ship with my application?

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