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    Font style has bold applied twice?

    word97 sr2a
    Our company has set heading styles. standard normal is times new roman 12pt.
    recently our users are experiencing the following issues with styles....
    when the users open up the word documents & changes the heading styles via Format>Style> select heading 2>Modify>Format>Font - apply bold formatting >OK>OK>
    what occurs is for this style the font changes to Times New Roman Bold, Bold, so it appears really bold (ie its double bold).

    In Word I've turned off the following settings:
    Tools>AutoCorrect>AutoFormat as you type uncheck 'Define styles based on your formatting' &
    Tools>AutoCorrect>AutoFormat uncheck Preseve 'Styles'
    I've re-installed the fonts on the users pcs as I thought the fonts may have been corrupted. C:WinntFonts
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    when the users print out their doc, only on the styles that have double bold the result is that style doesnt print.
    Do you know why this may be occuring as well? is it the printer may not have the fonts loaded?

    I've attached a sample for you to have a look at.
    any ideas?
    Diana
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    Re: Font style has bold applied twice?

    Try this thread for further clues: Times New Roman Bold Bold???!! (97, 2000)

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    Re: Font style has bold applied twice?

    Thankyou for that - very informative.
    Diana

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