July 28, 2013
Filed Under (Calligraphy & Lettering) by Keith on 28-07-2013
MyScriptFont.com enables you to use your own handwriting like every other font installed on your computer. With MyScriptFont.com you can give your digital produced documents a personal touch again.
How to embed a font into a word or a powerpoint document.
“When you install a font, that font will only work with the computer you have installed it on. If you share documents with other people or open it on a different computer, the new font you have installed on your computer will not be displayed the same way on the other computer.
It really works, and their service is free. The don’t even want your email address, or you to register or sign in.
guyana gyal on July 29th, 2013 at 6:59 pm #
I’m going to copy this post and save it [in case you delete it one day], because you’ve given me an idea with this.
Betsy on July 30th, 2013 at 2:29 am #
This sounds fun! I’m pinning it to my pinterest so I don’t loose it.
Ken on July 30th, 2013 at 8:58 am #
Thanks for that.
I understand the reason in this case. When you write your characters in the little boxes they don’t want the background to show through, hence the request to write in BLACK ink. You must realise that, like my handwriting, it with appear on lots of font sites all over the net and anyone can download it. Google “handwriting fonts free” and see. – Keith.
Sarah (Rhubarb) on July 31st, 2013 at 12:57 am #
What a fascinating app! Your handwriting as a font. Hmmm…A couple of days ago, I came across a document I had handwritten in my early thirties, about *ahem* years ago. It took me a minute or two to recognize my own hand; over the years my writing has changed, not radically but enough to be noticeable.
all of which has nothing to do with your post, I suppose, but I was just thinking….
Ken on August 6th, 2013 at 7:13 am #
I filled in the grid in the end and uploaded it. I have uploaded it twice in different formats but sadly the resulting font inserts spaces in random places so I can’t use it.
I will use my day off to read about the new Icom IC-7100.
I didn’t know you were a radio amateur, it’s not mentioned in your profile. Email me your callsign and if I hear you on the bands I will ignore you! (joke!). – Keith (G8SUM & G8AFY).
Ken on August 7th, 2013 at 12:02 pm #
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