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| One of our programmers just asked me if there is a font (or a group of
| fonts) that will always be present on a computer running Windows? I think
| Tahoma is used internally by windows and must be present, but I'm
| not sure.
Microsoft has a Web page that lists the fonts that are installed with each
of their operating system and application products. It's a very useful page.
You'll find it at: