Updated April 20,2002
Free True Type Font Face
Navajo Times Roman
And Installation Instructions
Note: The Navajo Language uses a combination of glottal stops, nasal tone
and high tone diacritical marks on vowels and two additional characters
that the English alphabet lacks.This font maps out these characters using
keys that are normally little used. If you wish to use any of the "special characters"
on the top row of keys, or the curved or square brackets next to the return key,
you must change back to the standard Times Roman font to get them.
Down Load Instructions
Print these instructions
It is recommended that if you do not have a directory named
"downloads" you create one on your drive when you down load this
file, then use it file future downloads as well.
- Download Navajo Font
File for Windows to "Downloads directory. Click on the left window to
return to the dive where you want to make a download directory, then Use the
middle icon on the right to create a new directory. Select this dirsctory as
where you want to put the downloaded font file.
Once the file has downloaded, then do the following steps to install it.
- Goto Start
- Control Panel
- FILE (Pull Down Menu, Upper Left)
- INSTALL NEW FONT
- Select Font by using the windows to select the disk and directory where you
downloaded the font.
The name of the Navajo Font should appear in the upper
window when you find the correct directory.
- Click on the font name to highlight it.
- Make sure the option "Copy Fonts to Font Folder" at bottom of
page is checked, the
- Click on OK
- When installed, Close all Windows! To use the Navajo Font, Go into a word
processing application and select the Navajo Times Roman Font and type size
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