Font Manager Part 2

Font Manager Part 2

By CorelDRAW Experts

Learn how to use Corel Font Manager™ to find, organize, and install fonts. Use Glyph filters to quickly find specific characters. Create collections to organize fonts, and access your collections with ease from the Font list in CorelDRAW®.

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  • Will Eubanks Reply

    I would like to import a font into Wordperfect. I have the font on a flash drive. OS = vista. It appears Visto won’t read WRI files.

    May 15, 2016 at 8:19 pm
    • adampotter Reply

      Hello Will,

      Fonts do not actually need to be installed into WordPerfect – they are installed into the Windows font catalogue, and WordPerfect reads them from there. You can find instructions on installing a font into Vista here.

      That said, a font contained in a WRI file may cause some issues. To our knowledge, WRI is not actually a font file, but a Microsoft Write document. As Write hails from the Windows 1-3.1 era, finding a program that can open those can be a little challenging. If you know the name of the font used, you can likely find a truetext file (.ttf) or opentext file (otf) version of it, which Windows can read. And if Windows can read it, so can WordPerfect!

      If you don’t know the name of the font but can get a screencap or other image of it, you could use a service like What the Font to identify it and then find a ttf or otf version.

      Hope this helps!
      Corel Discovery Center Team

      May 16, 2016 at 11:37 am

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