OK, let's get few things straight first.
Arial (on Win98SE) is a Truetype Font
Times New Roman (on Win98SE) is a Truetype Font
They are supplied with Win98SE by Microsoft.
They do not need Adobe Type Manager.
If you bought Adobe Type Manager, then depending on the version and package you bought, you would have been supplied with some Type1 fonts.
The free downable ATM is ATM Light which is not bundled with any fonts. A complete, tested and proved font/typeface is expensive, and can be purchased from Adobe and other sources.
ATM Deluxe is not free, and includes a font manager.
Win98SE requires ATM to be installed for Type1 support.
Win2K and WinXP have inbuilt support for Type1 fonts following agreements bewteen Microsoft, Adobe and other font forges. ATM need be installed only if support for multiple master typefaces is needed.
"TimesNewRomanPS" or "Times" is a Type1 Serif typeface and "Times New Roman" is the Truetype counterpart.
"ArialMT", "GillSans" or "Hevletica" are Type1 Sans Serif typefaces with Arial being the Truetype counterpart.
A Postscript Printer has these Type1 fonts in its ROM, though the software font is usually required for the document to display and print properly.
For more info, read the FAQs:
* 5. Font Issues <http://www.adobeforums.com/cgi-bin/webx?13@@.ef85054>.
More at the Adobe TechDoc:
* Font Formats <http://store.adobe.com/type/topics/info9.html>.
(I'm a bit rusty on some of the detail - it's a long time since I used Win98SE. And it's now an unsupported OS. No doubt I'll be corrected where my memory has faded.)
Iechyd da! John
20:23 19/09/2006 BST