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I need to set main font of my document using Times New Roman font. But I just found one solution that is to compile document using xelatex. But my document built since first typing using pdflatex, so when I switch the enggine to xelatex there are so many error I found. And I cannot fix that error immediately. So I need to find solution to set a font to Times New Roman in pdfLatex.

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There shouldn't be so many problems. Have you checked: 1) your .tex file is utf8 encoded; 2) you don't load the inputenc not the fontenc packages. Also not all functionalities of microtype` are availablewith xelatex`. Finally you'd better load polyglossia rather than babel since the former is specifically designed for xelatex. That's about all, as far as I know. –  Bernard Apr 21 at 22:47
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You've already asked a couple of questions about how to load packages that provide Times New Roman fonts under pdfLaTeX. Please be more specific about any problems you're encountering when following the previous suggestions. –  Mico Apr 21 at 23:35
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@Bernard Some languages are supported by babel but not polyglossia so this is not an option for all of us! –  cfr Apr 21 at 23:48
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@MohammadFajar With regard to your comment on Mario’s answer: I’m afraid you’re unlikely to find a pdfLaTeX package for a Times font that results in the exact same output as using Times New Roman and XeLaTeX. –  doncherry Apr 22 at 8:37

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If you are using pdflatex, you can try setting in your preamble:

\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage{mathptmx}

Something like this would be a MWE where you'll get times new roman as your font for the whole document:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage{mathptmx}

\begin{document}

Hello.  This is in Times New Roman font.

\end{document}
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sory but when I compile my document using mathptmx package, the output was not similar to that in Times News Roman font. I get some suggestion in other post to use package \usepackage{newtxtext} but not exactly similar to Times News Roman –  Mohammad Fajar Apr 22 at 1:32
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Perhaps get a closer look at the mathptmx documentation –  Mario S. E. Apr 22 at 1:52

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