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December 11, 2009


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What a great freebie! Just a heads up, though. It works great for printed letters, but cursive writing doesn't work so well. It looks a little disjointed. But, all in all, it's a lot of fun!

Dede - you're right. I wish it would do cursive. I did locate software that would do this for around $150. Non-cursive is going to be fine for today.

After I made my alphabet and downloaded in TT, my font folder would not accept itas a legitimate font.

- Ed

Great tool for scrapbookers wanting to add personal journal entries to their photo albums too. Just print out on paper of choice. Look forward to trying it out.

Just want to say "thank" for this post! I did my hand printing, and really like the result. (or maybe I should say it looks like my writing).

I blogged about your post and linked back to your post! Once again, Thanks!

My handwriting font works fine on my computer and would be great for printing out letters etc, but I find that when I send an email using it, the recipients can't see it as anything other than normal print, unless perhaps I send my font file to them to add into their own font folder, which they probably don't want to do - have other people found this problem too?

Jo - you are correct, the person on the receiving end would have to have your font installed on their computer.

I was too slow. The price is now $9.95.

With http://www.myscriptfont.com you can create a vector font of your handwriting for free.

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