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Handwriting Font - Version 1.0


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True Type Handwriting Font created and donated by Corien B. for use by the Fountain Pen Network Community. Available in both .zip and .ttf format.


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Can anyone help a non computer guy like me, download and install this file. I use windows xp, and can download fine. What/where do I do with the file/contents to make a font. I think most of my fonts are a true type font. Should i download the .ttf or the .zip format? I am never sure how to "open" a zip file - but can handle that part when I come to it I guess. Any advice would be helpful, would love to use this

Brad

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Can anyone help a non computer guy like me, download and install this file. I use windows xp, and can download fine. What/where do I do with the file/contents to make a font. I think most of my fonts are a true type font. Should i download the .ttf or the .zip format? I am never sure how to "open" a zip file - but can handle that part when I come to it I guess. Any advice would be helpful, would love to use this Brad

 

In case this hasn't been answered yet. . .

 

Download the .ttf and save it to your computer. Open the file (right click--> open or by double-clicking on it). You should see the sample just like the picture on this page. Click on the install button, and you should be OK. Depending on your settings, you may or may not have to supply an administrator password.

 

Hope that helps.

-Jim-

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First, download a free program like 7zip.com has to offer one. It's free and you'll need it some time or another. You may already have one on your coompuer and not know it. Type in "zip" [no quotations marks] and see if you do have one. Download the file and instead of opening, save the file in your locations you can remember and once done, EXTRACT the file and it will "unzip" or open-up the contents of that folder...Good luck, LWL

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Corien converted my writing into a font several years ago. Her work is excellent and I find the font useful from time to time.

 

Usual disclaimer: I have no connection other than being a satisfied customer.

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I use a lot of fonts in Photoshop... when I have one downloaded as in a zip file, I unzip and copy the "ttf" extension file, open the "C" drive,and then the "windows" folder, then the "font" folder and paste the ttf in the "font" folder. Reboot and the font is available in every program on my machine. Good Luck! :thumbup:

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