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February 15, 2008

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how i install fonts into the openoffice when i install the fonts already?

Hi gina,

Any fonts installed on your computer will be available in OpenOffice.

i downloaded like 50 fonts but when i open openoffice i never find them.

hi can u get any type of fonts and use them on open office or do u have to hve specifically open office fonts.

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