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Thanks, the HP site is rather complicated but I managed to download and get the printer and scanner working on Windows 7. Windows XP works in a kind of fashion, very slow and aggravating but I'm not too bothered about that because I will eventually change it for Windows 7 or even windows nine, I have heard they are working on it due to the windows 8 problems. The Linux scanners are OK but there's no DTP programme with scanning and printing built in. Hopefully someone will create or improve on a one in the future, unless one exist that I don't know about.
He can't find a Linux DPT package he likes as much as the Windows one he uses .. nothing wrong with that.We all move onto Linux at a rate that suits our individual needs
No .. you'd download them, put them in the hidden .fonts directory .. then run a command to update the font cache.Scribus is not about fonts .. it's a Linux DTP application .. though it ^might^ come with some extra fonts, I can't remember.
If you ever download any TTF (truetype) fonts .. I'll tell you how to add them to the system.
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