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    Default Adobe Type 1 font needed

    This is an unusual request, but I need the TektoMM Adobe Type 1 font. It looks like my font file is corrupt. Anyone who can oblige me will be my hero. :D

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    Default oops, forgot

    If you have this font, please email it to me at amsk@lehigh.edu. Thanks!

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    Hi:

    Aaron, I checked my many fonts and don't have that one.Sorry.

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    no go at this pc, have you tried to get it from a windows update page or adobe update somewheres ?
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    Thanks for checking everybody. I've tried two different files (one thanks to a fellow Polkie), and it's still not working. I'm starting to think if might be a problem with Windows XP. Errr....

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    Is this a file that came with your computer? If it is, it should still reside in one of your .cab files; and if so, then you can extract it. I'm more familiar with WIN9X troubleshooting, but I'm sure there is a similar procedure for extracting files with XP.

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    No, this is a font that you purchase from Adobe. The problem doesn't seem to be the file; I'm thinking it's something with how Windows XP handles PostScript fonts.....

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    Gotcha, I thought perhaps your software came with the computer.

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