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Can you help me with my software licensing question?

I am looking to install Arrial Narrow font definitions on a Windows Server 2003 machine. I believe the font definitions are distributed with Microsoft Office installations; I'd like to avoid purchasing and/or installing any of the Microsoft office software on the server.

Is there a legal, free way for me to install the fonts on there?

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marked as duplicate by Scott Pack, Iain Feb 12 '12 at 16:38

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What is the purpose of putting it on the server machine? Are you planning to redistribute the font? – Joshua Dec 15 '09 at 20:14
don't want to post it as an answer as I am not sure about it, but some fonts are packed with powerpoint viewer, which is free. – nhek Dec 15 '09 at 20:55
I'm using a third party tool that relies on the font when it converts some of my data to word, pdf and other formats. I won't be redistributing the font, but I will be redistributing the end documents – blueberryfields Dec 15 '09 at 23:51
@nhek: Good idea, but I didn't see the fonts in the installer for PowerPoint 2007 Viwer I have handy. Just the C* fonts (Calibri, Cambria, Consolas, etc.) Other viewers may though. – afrazier Jul 1 '11 at 12:59
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No, there is no way. You could buy the font at, price: 30$.

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I only see a way to request a quote here. Here's another link I found with that same $30 price, but actually available for purchase. – SilverSideDown Jan 12 '15 at 19:53

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