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Frequently Asked Questions About Fonts ---------------------------------------------------------------------- The comp.fonts FAQ Version 2.1.5. August 14, 1996 Compiled by Norman Walsh
Copyright (C) 1992-95 by Norman Walsh <email@example.com>. The previous version was 2.1.4.
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