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Old 06-20-2008, 11:39 AM   #1
dogmandouglas
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Default Foolish font software of the past

Hi

Have you seen the program "Typestyler"?

Using the fonts on your system you can add all types of effects to them. When you're done you export the finished artwork as an .epsf file and import it into your document as a graphic file.

It might not get to the wonderful stage of the fonts on the Letterheads, but it does go part way along the route.
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