# Changing document font to whole new font

I need to write a report for my work and I wanted to use our corporate type for this. Is there any possibility to change the document fonts to those customized ones? I've got them as TrueType fonts.

I started using LaTeX some weeks ago and already searched the web and tex.stackexchange for an answer, but either they where not satisfying or I've failed to notice them. I know it's kinda against the spirit of LaTeX to change the fonts, because of researches and stuff, but I would like to use the corporate fonts I've got.

As others have suggested, this can be achieved with XeLaTeX. For example, to typeset using the installed system font Times New Roman the code would be

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{fontspec}
\setmainfont{Times New Roman}
\begin{document}

You can read more about fontspec in the documentation. If you need to typeset mathematics in your custom font too then you can replace the fontspec package with mathspec, which is documented here.