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Does HP Deskjet 1510 series has pre-installed fonts?

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HP Deskjet 1510 series
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Hello dear HP team,

From a long time, I bought "HP Deskjet 1510 series" printer (I don't use it now). And while I'm organizing my fonts, I saw Helvetica fonts is installed on my "HP Notebook 15-ac040ne" While I didn't purchased this font before.

My question, is this printer has pre-built or pre-installed fonts and installed Helvetica while setup it on my Notebook?

 

https://imgur.com/a/tHNrxwq 

 

So,

1- How to know the all the fonts that came with my printer?

2- If true that these fonts were included, What is the license of these fonts? Desktop license? Can I use it for commercial use under Desktop license?

 

Thank you for your time

EDIT: I don't know why the images doesn't show when I upload them, So I put them in Imgur

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@abdo_mohamed 

 

Printers now rarely come with fonts, they use fonts from Windows (or MacOS). Helvetica is an old font, probably one day you  accessed to a document which contains Helvetica font therefore system installed it automatically.

 

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@abdo_mohamed 

 

Printers now rarely come with fonts, they use fonts from Windows (or MacOS). Helvetica is an old font, probably one day you  accessed to a document which contains Helvetica font therefore system installed it automatically.

 

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BH
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