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Windows 7: Fonts - Show and Hide

18 Oct 2010   #10

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Hello Olivia,

The ones that look like they have multiple pages stacked on each other (ex: Terminal in your screenshot) is a font family. If you click on one of them, it will open to show the different fonts for that font family. :)

Hope this helps,

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