How to copy fonts in DOS
In order to be able to copy all of your fonts you need to restart your computer in DOS
mode, otherwise Windows will not let you copy the system fonts.
Create a directory to copy your fonts to in windows for example C:\fonts
Start > Shutdown > Restart Computer in MS DOS mode
At the C:\ prompt type cd\windows\fonts
Copy *.* C:\fonts (or whatever drive and directory that you want to copy to)
Return to Windows (type win at the DOS prompt and press enter) and you now have a copy
of all of your fonts in C:\fonts (be sure to double check that your fonts are in the new
directory before proceeding). Then I used the Font Lister program to delete the
fonts in C:\Windows\Fonts that I didn't use all the time. Be careful not to
delete system fonts! (see above list). Again, I install or load fonts from C:\Fonts
as I need them.
If you install a font, it is copied to the C:\Windows\Fonts folder and will be
available until it is deleted from the fonts folder. You can uninstall a
font with Font Lister at any time without worrying because you still have a copy of
it in C:\Fonts.
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