I found part of the solution (for me anyway)and my daughter got me started on the rest. In the end, it was a perfect fit for my needs. Your mileage may vary!
First step: Download the fonts from HERE
or a similar location. It is important that the font be a sealed outline with no breaks on the border. Click to install the TTF font into Windows.
Next step open MSPaint (Or your favorite graphics program) MS Paint is easy and is technically what I needed anyway. Paint.net and a few other Freebies do have the ability to do this natively but the methods are too complicated for my simple needs.
Open a box of the size you need to type your text. It can be a full page or whatever size you like. Pick you Inside color for the text. I was after a gold Outline on Blue so I filled the whole box in Blue.
I shudda looked harder! I found some hints that it might be possible for real. See HERE
Set the Font to one of the Outline fonts you chose to download.
Set the #1 color to the outline color you want to use.
Pick the TEXT option, set a text box that fills the page, and type away.
when completed. change the #1 color to white and Fill the area outside your text with the paint bucket. Select the area with the text, crop it.
All of this is done with settings on opaque.
I am 100% sure that there is a less difficult method of doing this.
WORD can do it Native also with WORD ART settings. But in the end, i needed my text to be converted to a PNG anyway, starting with Paint just made more sense,Two color outline text-font or style for Windows
PS: The attachment is low quality and something I typed up in less than a minute including the fills and all. It is also reduced in size to make the upload faster . I just wanted to prove that it could be done easily when necessary.
I still find it hard to believe that it is not possible to manage an outlined two color font but.. Probably can't be done?
Or Maybe it CAN? See HERE
DARN! Tons of hints here
Still looks like you have to build it yourself if you want a true Windows TTF version.