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> Have any of you out there worked with Open Type fonts?
> 1. Do these work with True Type fonts? i.e., are they housed, used and
> the same way?
> 2. Can you have one document with True Type fonts and Open Type fonts
> 3. Can you offer any opinions, help or advice?
Question 1 - Yes
Question 2 - Yes
Question 3 - If a font that you want is available in an OpenType version,
there is no reason not to use it.
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New and Times New Roman are OpenType fonts, and so are several other fonts
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