That gave me idea to install fonts (true type font:Arial, Courier) into same bottle.
After installation, I can see these two fonts exists in my bottle.
Then I changed fonts to them in source insight, I cannot tell any difference on different fonts).
Do I need to copy fonts files from windows into Crossover?
Or What is formal steps to install fonts for my application ?
As far as I know, in wine (and probably in a CrossOver bottle), you must have fonts installed in your system folder (/usr/share/fonts), your home folder (/home/yourusername/.fonts) or your wine/CrossOverBottle folder (e.g. ~/.cxoffice/Microsoft_Office_2010/drive_c/windows/Fonts).
First things first: do you have ttf-mscorefonts-installer (this is the name for Ubuntu variants) package installed in your Linux ? If so, try reinstalling it.
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