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Loaded a font manager and wiped out fonts, need Office base font u

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by tkraft23, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. tkraft23

    tkraft23 Flightless Bird

    I have close to 1500 fonts on my machine and I decided to load a font
    manager, Font Frenzy to be specific. They have goofy names for commands but I
    liked the options they had available. So in the process I decided to
    "DeFrenzy" as they called it. It "removes all fonts except those which
    originally shipped with Windows XP or Vista." I thought that would be a good
    start then I could just load back in the ones that I use. I have loaded in
    the ones that I found on an Office list when doing a search so I think I am
    good there.

    My problem is when looking at Outook, Word, etc. the menu font is not
    displaying and I don't know what it is so I can reinstall it. For example in
    Outlook I am referring to the menu bar "File, Edit, View, Go, etc.", the font
    displaying all of the folder names. Any help would be appreciated because it
    is using Arial from the looks of it. It is hard on the eyes!

    Details:
    Windows XP
    Office 2007
     
  2. Susan Ramlet

    Susan Ramlet Flightless Bird

    Re-install Office? Or ask the people at Font Frenzy how to fix it?

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    "tkraft23" <tkraft23@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:A1E6F17C-1421-4BCB-AC10-66A8F2F6B6C3@microsoft.com...
    > I have close to 1500 fonts on my machine and I decided to load a font
    > manager, Font Frenzy to be specific. They have goofy names for commands
    > but I
    > liked the options they had available. So in the process I decided to
    > "DeFrenzy" as they called it. It "removes all fonts except those which
    > originally shipped with Windows XP or Vista." I thought that would be a
    > good
    > start then I could just load back in the ones that I use. I have loaded in
    > the ones that I found on an Office list when doing a search so I think I
    > am
    > good there.
    >
    > My problem is when looking at Outook, Word, etc. the menu font is not
    > displaying and I don't know what it is so I can reinstall it. For example
    > in
    > Outlook I am referring to the menu bar "File, Edit, View, Go, etc.", the
    > font
    > displaying all of the folder names. Any help would be appreciated because
    > it
    > is using Arial from the looks of it. It is hard on the eyes!
    >
    > Details:
    > Windows XP
    > Office 2007
     
  3. JoAnn Paules

    JoAnn Paules Flightless Bird

    I would suggest following Susan's advice first.

    If that doesn't work, you could try to do a system restore to a point before
    you inalled that program.

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    JoAnn Paules
    MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
    Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



    "tkraft23" <tkraft23@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:A1E6F17C-1421-4BCB-AC10-66A8F2F6B6C3@microsoft.com...
    >I have close to 1500 fonts on my machine and I decided to load a font
    > manager, Font Frenzy to be specific. They have goofy names for commands
    > but I
    > liked the options they had available. So in the process I decided to
    > "DeFrenzy" as they called it. It "removes all fonts except those which
    > originally shipped with Windows XP or Vista." I thought that would be a
    > good
    > start then I could just load back in the ones that I use. I have loaded in
    > the ones that I found on an Office list when doing a search so I think I
    > am
    > good there.
    >
    > My problem is when looking at Outook, Word, etc. the menu font is not
    > displaying and I don't know what it is so I can reinstall it. For example
    > in
    > Outlook I am referring to the menu bar "File, Edit, View, Go, etc.", the
    > font
    > displaying all of the folder names. Any help would be appreciated because
    > it
    > is using Arial from the looks of it. It is hard on the eyes!
    >
    > Details:
    > Windows XP
    > Office 2007
     
  4. tkraft23

    tkraft23 Flightless Bird

    Can anyone help?
     
  5. Michael

    Michael Flightless Bird

    "tkraft23" <tkraft23@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:406BD225-D9D6-4789-BD4C-03E20D4031D3@microsoft.com...
    > Can anyone help?


    Susan & JoAnn already answered you. Having problems reading?
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    "Don't pick a fight with an old man.
    If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you."
     

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