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I purchased several fonts, and they installed in my fonts folder. They don't show up in any of my card programs or email, so they're of no use to me.

I see them listed and can use them in Notepad and Wordpad however.

Is there a way to convert the Open Face Font to a TTF font? Thank you for your suggestions!

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What is a "card program"? –  Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Jan 2 '12 at 7:58
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What do you mean by "Open Face Font"? Do you mean an Open Type Font (.otf filetype)? –  nhinkle Jan 2 '12 at 8:00

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A quick google search shows a variety of online tools to convert otf (open type fonts) to ttf (truetype fonts).

It's possible that the programs you're using don't properly support all font types, but if this is the case, you should complain to the manufacturer and ask for a refund. Font support should be handled automatically by the operating system.

Are you sure that your email and "card programs" don't just have a predefined list of fonts and don't allow you to use other fonts?

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