A user reported to me that QuickBooks was crashing when she tried to use it.
When I attempted to start the QuickBooks 2011 program, it would get to the
point where I could enter the username and password, but when I tried to
proceed beyong that point it would stop working with
the message below:
QuickBooks has stopped working
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly.
Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.
If you wish to use a Google font on a web page, go to
fonts.google.com and select a font
that appeals to you. When you've selected a font, you will see "1 Family
Selected" at the bottom of the page; click on that text.
You will then see the code you need to include in your webpage to use the
font. E.g., if I want to use the
Yatra One font, I
would include the following HTML code in the HEAD section of the webpage:
You will also see the code to use in tags within the page to specify that
text should be displayed in the chosen font.
Then I could use font-family: 'Yatra One', cursive; to
specify use of that font. The inclusion of cursive after
'Yatra One' indicates to a vistor's browser that if the first
font listed, Yatra One, is unavailable or can't be used, whatever font it uses
for a cursive font should be used, instead. You can include multiple alternate
font options separated by commas. Note that in the link to the Google web page
for the style sheet for the font that "Yatra" and "One" have a plus sign
between them, instead of the space, but the font name is "Yatra One", which is
what is used when you specify the use of the font in the page. E.g.,
suppose I wanted to specify that font for use with an H3 header tag. I
might use code such as the following code: