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#### using font generator setvar(font groups, new font name)

I'm trying to determine if you have to create a font for each version
and size of the font being used.

Ie. Do I have to create seperate fonts for:

Courier New, Bold, size 8 and Courier New, italics, size 8 or can I
just create one for Courier New size 8 and it recognize it?

Any help is much appreciated.  Thank you.

-Halina

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