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    PATCH WATCH

    Update repairs font glitch in Word and Web sites


    By Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.

    The full text of this column is posted at WindowsSecrets.com/2010/01/14/06 (paid content, opens in a new window/tab).

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    By
    Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.</font>

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    The full text of this column is posted at
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    Columnists typically cannot reply to comments here, but do incorporate the best tips into future columns.
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    <table align="center" bgcolor="white" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0" width="100%" summary="Patch Watch">
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    PATCH WATCH
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    Update repairs font glitch in Word and Web sites
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    By
    Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.</font>

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    The full text of this column is posted at
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    <table align="center" bgcolor="white" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0" width="100%" summary="Patch Watch">
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    PATCH WATCH
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    Update repairs font glitch in Word and Web sites
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    By
    Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.</font>

    </td>
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    </table>

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    <font face="Verdana,Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="2">
    The full text of this column is posted at
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    (paid content, opens in a new window/tab).

    Columnists typically cannot reply to comments here, but do incorporate the best tips into future columns.
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    <table align="center" bgcolor="white" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0" width="100%" summary="Patch Watch">
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    PATCH WATCH
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    Update repairs font glitch in Word and Web sites
    </font>
    <font face="Arial,Sans-Serif" color="black" size="1"></font>

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    By
    Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.</font>

    </td>
    </tr>
    </table>

    <hr>

    <font face="Verdana,Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="2">
    The full text of this column is posted at
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    (paid content, opens in a new window/tab).

    Columnists typically cannot reply to comments here, but do incorporate the best tips into future columns.
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    <table align="center" bgcolor="white" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0" width="100%" summary="Patch Watch">
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    <td valign="top" align="left" width="620">

    <a name="patch0"></a>

    <hr>

    <font color="#666666" face="Verdana,Arial,Sans-serif" size="1">
    PATCH WATCH
    </font>

    <font face="Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="4">
    Update repairs font glitch in Word and Web sites
    </font>
    <font face="Arial,Sans-Serif" color="black" size="1"></font>

    <table bgcolor="white" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" width="100%"
    summary="Patch Watch summary">
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    <td align="left" valign="top" width="110">

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    <td align="left" valign="top" width="510">

    <font face="Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="2">

    By
    Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.</font>

    </td>
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    </table>

    <hr>

    <font face="Verdana,Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="2">
    The full text of this column is posted at
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    <table align="center" bgcolor="white" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0" width="100%" summary="Patch Watch">
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    PATCH WATCH
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    Update repairs font glitch in Word and Web sites
    </font>
    <font face="Arial,Sans-Serif" color="black" size="1"></font>

    <table bgcolor="white" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" width="100%"
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    <td align="left" valign="top" width="110">

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    <font face="Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="2">

    By
    Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.</font>

    </td>
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    </table>

    <hr>

    <font face="Verdana,Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="2">
    The full text of this column is posted at
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    PATCH WATCH
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    <font face="Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="4">
    Update repairs font glitch in Word and Web sites
    </font>
    <font face="Arial,Sans-Serif" color="black" size="1"></font>

    <table bgcolor="white" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" width="100%"
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    By
    Susan Bradley

    January's lone critical MS patch fixes a problem with embedded fonts — caused by an update released last July.

    The new update is critical only for Windows 2000 but should still be applied on all Windows systems to prevent fonts from displaying incorrectly on the Web and in Office apps.</font>

    </td>
    </tr>
    </table>

    <hr>

    <font face="Verdana,Arial,Sans-serif" color="black" size="2">
    The full text of this column is posted at
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    I have Foxit Reader installed. I use it for filling out pdf forms such as those required for rebates. I was dismayed that they require the Ask toolbar to allow the Typewriter Tool to function. Originally, I did a full install and then uninstalled the Ask Toolbar. IIRC, that worked on the first version, but later versions must check for the toolbar install, because it didn't work after the uninstall. What I have done now is to install all of the junk and then turn off the Ask toolbar in my browser.

    I wish they wouldn't require the junk, but I guess they need to be paid some way and most people don't contribute to authors of freeware.

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    I have Foxit Reader installed. I use it for filling out pdf forms such as those required for rebates. I was dismayed that they require the Ask toolbar to allow the Typewriter Tool to function. Originally, I did a full install and then uninstalled the Ask Toolbar. IIRC, that worked on the first version, but later versions must check for the toolbar install, because it didn't work after the uninstall. What I have done now is to install all of the junk and then turn off the Ask toolbar in my browser.

    I wish they wouldn't require the junk, but I guess they need to be paid some way and most people don't contribute to authors of freeware.

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    I have Foxit Reader installed. I use it for filling out pdf forms such as those required for rebates. I was dismayed that they require the Ask toolbar to allow the Typewriter Tool to function. Originally, I did a full install and then uninstalled the Ask Toolbar. IIRC, that worked on the first version, but later versions must check for the toolbar install, because it didn't work after the uninstall. What I have done now is to install all of the junk and then turn off the Ask toolbar in my browser.

    I wish they wouldn't require the junk, but I guess they need to be paid some way and most people don't contribute to authors of freeware.

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    I have Foxit Reader installed. I use it for filling out pdf forms such as those required for rebates. I was dismayed that they require the Ask toolbar to allow the Typewriter Tool to function. Originally, I did a full install and then uninstalled the Ask Toolbar. IIRC, that worked on the first version, but later versions must check for the toolbar install, because it didn't work after the uninstall. What I have done now is to install all of the junk and then turn off the Ask toolbar in my browser.

    I wish they wouldn't require the junk, but I guess they need to be paid some way and most people don't contribute to authors of freeware.

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    I have Foxit Reader installed. I use it for filling out pdf forms such as those required for rebates. I was dismayed that they require the Ask toolbar to allow the Typewriter Tool to function. Originally, I did a full install and then uninstalled the Ask Toolbar. IIRC, that worked on the first version, but later versions must check for the toolbar install, because it didn't work after the uninstall. What I have done now is to install all of the junk and then turn off the Ask toolbar in my browser.

    I wish they wouldn't require the junk, but I guess they need to be paid some way and most people don't contribute to authors of freeware.

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    I have Foxit Reader installed. I use it for filling out pdf forms such as those required for rebates. I was dismayed that they require the Ask toolbar to allow the Typewriter Tool to function. Originally, I did a full install and then uninstalled the Ask Toolbar. IIRC, that worked on the first version, but later versions must check for the toolbar install, because it didn't work after the uninstall. What I have done now is to install all of the junk and then turn off the Ask toolbar in my browser.

    I wish they wouldn't require the junk, but I guess they need to be paid some way and most people don't contribute to authors of freeware.

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    I have Foxit Reader installed. I use it for filling out pdf forms such as those required for rebates. I was dismayed that they require the Ask toolbar to allow the Typewriter Tool to function. Originally, I did a full install and then uninstalled the Ask Toolbar. IIRC, that worked on the first version, but later versions must check for the toolbar install, because it didn't work after the uninstall. What I have done now is to install all of the junk and then turn off the Ask toolbar in my browser.

    I wish they wouldn't require the junk, but I guess they need to be paid some way and most people don't contribute to authors of freeware.

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