Photoshop: Font not the same...what can I do?

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I have CS 5 on my laptop, I have CS 6 on my desktop. I fixed an image on my laptop and want to use it as the template for my other pictures. I downloaded all the other pics to my desktop and CS 6, when opened, I planned on changing my back picture using the same text. CS 6 says "footlightMTlight" is not a text font and it will replace it...I want to use the same font I used in CS 5...can I download this font or what do I have to do to make it uniform with the work I did on CS 5?
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James Fogerty

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Hi James,

You will need to install FootlightMTlight onto your desktop in order to use it there.

That said, if you're just going to print without editing, you can use the raster data within the Photoshop file so long as you make no changes.

Thanks,
David
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Thanks David...found it and downloaded it on line, now it is in my font directory