How Do You Get Downloaded Fonts From the Internet on Microsoft Word With Windows Vista?

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Getting downloaded fonts from the Internet on Microsoft Word with Windows Vista is something that you can easily do in a few key ways. Get downloaded fonts from the Internet on Microsoft Word with Windows Vista with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip.

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Hey, this is Cathy. Microsoft Word has some great fonts built in to it, but if you wanted to customize your fonts a little more, AThousandFreeFonts.com has some great fonts online that you can download. And I'll show you how. I'm already on AThousandFreeFonts.com's website, and if you see the menu of fonts are available, things like sans serif are probably already in your Microsoft Office font menu but things like Valentine or retro and rock stone are things that you probably don't have in there. So I'm going to click on Valentine because it sounds kind of fun and you'll see it gives you an option of what it looks like. I like that one so I'm going to click download. And I'll click open. And I'll double click on the file. When I double click on the file is opens this window but I'm going to up to the top left hand side and click install. And I'll wait until it installs. It looks like it's done. I'll close this box and I'll close that box and the next step is to go to Microsoft Word. I'll open a blank document and I want to start typing in my new font so I'll click in my font menu and there's my new Valentine font. I'll click right on it, I'll enlarge it a little bit and now I can start using my Valentine font. And that's how you create new cool fonts in Microsoft Word. Thanks for watching. I'm Cathy.

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