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Where can I find computer modern fonts for use in other programs, e.g. Adobe Illustrator?

I want to use TeX fonts in OpenOffice or Word, because there are many so beautiful fonts in Tex. Can I use standard TeX fonts in Windows? What are standard math fonts in LaTeX?

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marked as duplicate by doncherry, Werner, Tom Bombadil, Stefan Kottwitz Oct 7 '12 at 18:09

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That is only possible for fonts in OpenType or Type 1. Copy such files, eg lmroman* into the system fonts directory. Math fonts can only be used as OpenType, like Latin Modern or the commercial Lucida (http://www.tug.org/lucida).

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