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What are some examples of Microsoft TrueType fonts?

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Examples of Microsoft TrueType fonts include Arial Narrow, Arial Narrow Bold, Arial Narrow Bold Italic, Arial Narrow Italic and Book Antiqua. Others are Book Antiqua Bold, Book Antiqua Bold Italic, Book Antiqua Italic and Bookman Old Style.

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TrueType fonts use the TrueType technology developed by Apple, Inc. The technology involves two parts: TrueType fonts and TrueType rasterizer. These fonts contain much more than just the script or alphabet characters. They contain data used by TrueType rasterizer and the Windows operating system to display the fonts smoothly on the computer screen. These fonts feature hinting codes to ensure all characters line up well with the pixels.

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