To-Specify-a-Font-Mapping-File

To Specify a Font Mapping File

To Specify a Font Mapping File

  1. Click Tools menu Options.
  2. On the Files tab, in the list, double-click Text Editor, Dictionary, and Font File
    Names.
  3. Double-click Font Mapping File.
  4. To change the font mapping file, double-click the arrow line to open the Select a
    File dialog box. Select a file and click Open. Click OK.
  5. At the Command prompt, enter regen to convert existing text using the new font mappings.

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