Discussion in 'The Creative Community' started by Kimmysmom, Sep 8, 2009.
How can I get disney font?
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This site has many free downloads of Disney fonts.
Once I download how to I get it on my Microsoft Word?
Once you get the TTF files downloaded save them to the C:\WINDOWS\Fonts folder. the next time you start Word you should see them listed.
yup, what she said! But on my computer (vista) I need to do several steps to get there. I'll give you the detail of what I do (yours may be easier and take less steps) Click on
1) Control Panel
2) Appearance and Personalization
4) On the Left side is the directory of my computer with the main screen showing all my fonts. I go through the directory to my user name which has a folder called downloads.
5) I click on the downloaded folder to open/unzip the font file, this is important because there is more that one file you downloaded. The executable file (.exe) and usually a document (.doc) file.
6) On the main page (with all my fonts) I right click and the words "install new font" appear, I select that and I am able to pull the .exe file in and the computer updates.
7) Then your Word program (or any program on your computer) will have access to the new font.
After you get the swing of it you will be downloading fonts continuously!
There's an easier way in Vista! Just unzip your folder, and right click on the unzipped ttf file, select Install, (you may have to continue) and voila, it installs!
for anyone with Vista...
Once you install the new font to the fonts file, do you have to keep the unzipped file in your downloads file or can you delete it?
Just seems like it will be taking up a bunch of space after downloading and installing several font files.
DH says you can delete it after it's installed in your font folder.
Yep, you can delete them. I tested it once with a zipped and unzipped file and emptied my recycle bin. Still works fine once its installed.
Thank you both! Good to know I won't have duplicate files clogging up the works. LOL
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