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Old 03-14-2005, 04:10 PM   #1
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Default Anyone got Century Gothic Bold (PS)?

If anyone's got a PS version of Century Gothic Bold, could you please set these two words in a drawing program (AI, FH or CorelDraw), convert to curves/paths and e-mail it me?

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About 65 point type would be good.

I've got a TT version of Century Gothic Bold, but it does not appear to be a close match for what I'm trying to duplicate. I'm trying to determine if the original designer did something funny to the text, like stretch it out or add a stroke.

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