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Old 11-20-2007, 06:57 AM   #4
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After posting the new message, I found a free Cooper Black BT (BT= Bitstream) font by searching the right phrase in Google. Perhaps their version is from one of the sources you have mentioned.
Hmmm. Wonder if Bitstream knows their fonts can be downloaded like that. Their business has always included selling them.

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I am posting the [newsletter] with seven fonts, plus italics, bold, lots of exclamation points and clip art. Learn how to do a newsletter? Not quite. I didn't make any changes in converting to a PDF, except to take the "E" away from Santa's surname. <g>
Yow! She certainly is enthusiastic!

   
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