This behavior occurs because of the way in which Windows 95 manages the dynamic swap file. When you open the Fonts dialog box in Corel Draw, it tries to load every installed font. If the swap file is needed but it is too small, Corel Draw displays an empty dialog box. Windows 95, however, increases the swap file size to accommodate the large number of fonts. When you restart Corel Draw, the swap file is large enough to load all the fonts.