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— title: Installing a Type 1 font category: installing permalink: /FAQ-instt1font date: 2014-06-10 —

Once you have a prepared Type 1 font, either direct from CTAN or the like, or having [“prepared” it yourself](FAQ-prept1font), you can get on with installation.

The procedure is merely an extension of that for packages, etc., so much of what follows will be familiar:

- Install the files, in your local `texmf` tree (the advice

  about installing non-standard things applies here, too).  The
  following list gives reasonable destinations for the various files
  related to a font family ‹_fname_›:
  .pfa  .../fonts/type1/<foundry>/<fname>
  .tfm  .../fonts/tfm/<foundry>/<fname>
  .vf   .../fonts/vf/<foundry>/<fname>
  .fd   .../tex/latex/<fname>
  .map  .../fonts/map/dvips/<foundry>
  but if you are lucky, you will be starting from a distribution from
  CTAN and there is a corresponding `tds.zip` file:
  using this TDS-file saves the bother of deciding where to put
  your files in the TDS tree.

- Regenerate the file indexes (as described in

  [package installation](FAQ-inst-wlcf)).

- Update the `dvips`, pdfTeX and other maps:

  1. On any current TeX&nbsp;Live-based system, or a teTeX v3.0

system, execute the command

  updmap-sys --enable Map <fname>.map
    as root.  (If you _can_ use `updmap-sys`&nbsp;&mdash; do; if
    not&nbsp;&mdash; presumably because your (La)TeX system was set up by
    someone else&nbsp;&mdash; you have to fall back on plain `updmap`,
    but be aware that it's a potent source of confusion, setting up
    map sets that might be changed behind your back.)
-  On a current MiKTeX system, update the system file
    `updmap.cfg`, using the shell command
  initexmf --edit-config-file updmap
    adding a line at the end:
  Map <fname>.map
    for each font family &lsaquo;_fname_&rsaquo; you are adding to the system.
    Now generate revised maps with the shell command
  initexmf --mkmaps
    This, and other matters, are described in MiKTeX 
    ["advanced" documentation](http://docs.miktex.org/manual/advanced.html).

Both processes (preparing and installing a font) are very well (and thoroughly) described in Philipp Lehman's guide to font installation, which may be found on CTAN.

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