They are on their own.
The same applies to script typefaces.
Thanks for the help(again) for the help Jacob.
One lat q though, Do windows have a default font for blackletters as they do fo monospace for example-when set in the font-family property of css?
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You are welcome, Dimitris.
So far, I am afraid you are out of luck with blackletter Windows fonts:
Slightly outdated, historical:
Up to Vista, by version, seemingly growing all the way:
We shall have to wait and see about 8.
What did you mean when you said to the OP, "I am afraid you are out of
luck with blackletter Windows fonts"?
That blackletter fonts (like Fraktur fonts) are not among Windows system fonts.
Check out this link: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/index.cfm?event=extensionDetail&extid=1401018. It is a 10-card template in a 8.5 x 11 paper for Illustrator so you can simply layout the cards according to the template. And as long as your printer is also setup correctly, your business cards should be ready for print.