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I couldn't find much help on google. Can anyone suggest me some link?


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Try googling tex truetype - there's plenty of hits. The top one looks fairly promising

although I've never done this myself.


Try using XeTeX/XeLaTeX rather than plain TeX/LaTeX or pdfTeX/pdfLaTeX. XeTeX handles truetype and opentype fonts transparently, no need to go through any hassles:


When you've got TTF fonts installed you'll want to make sure that you have the following in your preamble: