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True type font in excel

True type font in excel

True type font in excel

(OP)
We use a special sheet to trace mechanical parts along the process of controling dimensions.
To add special symbol of dimensioning, we use a special true type font.
But unfortunately our subcontractors do not have it.
Is there a way to add the font in the sheet like in word?

RE: True type font in excel

you could of course just send the contractor the font and tell him to install it.

Best regards

Morten

RE: True type font in excel

Word allows you to embed fonts in the document, so you could embed the font in the document, save as a template and send that to you supplier for them to use

TTFN

RE: True type font in excel

funny enough this is about a spreadsheet...

Best regards

Morte

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