That's what I thought but it doesn't seem to be happening. The font I want is in C:\Windows\Fonts and shows up in Word but not in RH.
From a previous thread, thanks to Mayank. http://forums.adobe.com/message/3480040#3480040
Please verify if the font sets in your project has been modified/deleted. (You can do so by creating a new RoboHelp project and verifying if the required font appears in the formatting tool bar fonts dropdown for the new project). If it appears, then close RoboHelp project. Go to new project folder on the disk and copy rhfontset.apj file from new project to your current project. PLEAE NOTE that this will overwrite any existing modifications done in the font sets in your project.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
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Please note that if you use a custom font, the end user also needs to have the font installed on their system. If the end user does not have the specified font installed, the browser will show the backup font if you have specified this in your style sheet. If you have not supplied a backup font, the browser will use the default font.
You can ensure that everyone sees the correct font by using the @font-face rule: http://www.w3schools.com/css3/css3_pr_font-face_rule.asp. Take note of the example at the top of the page as Internet Explorer requires it's own font type.
Thanks all, now sorted!