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Innovative Features In Windows 7 Fonts Management


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									With the induction of Windows 7 Font Management, a new era of word processing
has started that gives ability and flexibility of many new as well highly advanced
features to effectively and efficiently use new fonts, thus the new version of Windows
is quite easy and comfortable.
  The latest Windows version lends an in-depth gist of the fonts added to the Windows
7, and it renders the subjects as under: -    New fonts types that Windows 7 supports
- Typefaces that are included in Windows 7 - How to install fonts? -         Other
sources of information
  In the fonts segment, you can view the thumbnails which are reminiscent of 3 traits
of the font 鈥檚 alphabet on the icon. This makes it easier to identify fonts. Stacked
icons indicate that different font styles are available. Such a group of fonts is called a
鈥榗 ollection 鈥?/a>. The use of collections reduces the clutter in the font folder.
  Windows 7 even has the ability to uniquely show its fonts, and again it has the
capability to put out of the sight, in accordance with the user 鈥檚 needs. Thus, all
those fonts which have been veiled for any reason, wouldn 鈥檛 sight in any
application, though you install them again in your system. One way in which this
mechanism is used is for hiding fonts deemed useless based on the regional settings: if
you indicate that Windows 7 should use western regional settings. This font hiding
mechanism frees up memory and simplifies font selection.
  Amazingly, contrary to the past series, the Fonts Manager of Windows 7 is
remarkably been upgraded that offers a preview of all installed fonts in your computer
system. The only way to make new fonts available in your operating system is that
you are required to copy the fonts into your latest fonts 鈥?directory. To keep your
font list manageable, you may still want to invest in a font manager, such as SuitCase.

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