The only reason for buying the font installer is it gives you a GUI to
copy the fonts and will build a RAT, Resource Allocation Table, which ties
the file name such as ArialB to the real name which is internal Arial
Bold. I've tested and it works just fine without a RAT present. I have a
font sample program that I can send you and instructions on getting your
starter set of fonts.
Advisor, Solutions Engineering
Canon Solutions America, Inc.
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