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amtlib.dll is a shared library used by Adobe Photoshop to display the font loading results. It is not a Photoshop file and thus cannot go in your Photoshop folder. There is an official Adobe example on how to configure Photoshop for Font Loading via the Command Line. Download the following, unzip them, and copy 'amtlib.dll' into your CS3 installation folder:
Then use the appropriate font in Photoshop. After the font is selected in Photoshop, use the shortcut key Alt+Q to load the font. You can also use Photoshop commands. In the Font dialog box of Photoshop, click on the Labels tab and Check on 'Use fonts in other applications' to allow Photoshop to access fonts that are not in the Photoshop Fonts folder. If 'amtlib.dll' is not there, you are in the wrong place. You can fix the font swap problem in Photoshop by following these instructions in the linked documentation:
In the vast majority of cases, the solution is to properly reinstall amtlib.dll on your PC, to the Windows system folder. Alternatively, some programs, notably PC games, require that the DLL file is placed in the game/application installation folder.
As for example, if you have created shortcuts to the programs in your start menu (in Windows 7 this will be under:All (or Desktop) folder), then they will use your regular amtlib.dll from the same folder (if it is there).
To add a new shortcut to amtlib.dll, click Start (or in Windows 10, use the search bar), type All in the search box, then right-click On the left side of the search box, click Add new and select Shortcut. d2c66b5586