How to Send a Truetype Font File to Someone by Email From My PC

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Sometimes you may need to give other people a copy of a font on your computer. As an example, you could be corroborating on a graphics design project and need to use the same lettering in the design. The Windows 7 interface makes sharing files over the Internet much easier. With a single click, you can attach files to a new message in your email client and send them to whoever you want to share them with. Make sure you can lawfully transmit a font before you do so.

  • Click "Computer" in the "Start" menu. Click "Local Disk (C)."

  • Click the arrow to expand the drive C: folder tree. Click the "Windows" folder.

  • Click the arrow again and then click "Fonts."

  • Right-click a True Type Font you want to share. Click "Copy."

  • Click "Computer" at the location bar at the top of the Explorer window. Browse to a different folder where you can save a copy of the font.

  • Right-click on an empty space on the right pane in the selected folder. Click "Paste." Windows 7 will copy all associated font files for that True Type Font into the destination folder. Keep the files selected.

  • Click "Email" on the toolbar. Windows 7 will launch a new message in the default email software. The font files will be attached to the blank message. The subject title will be "Emailing: (file name)." The body of the message will include the note "Your message is ready to be sent with the following file or link attachments."

  • Compose the message. Type the recipient's email address in the "To" field. Send the message

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