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RE: [babble] Font Searching

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  • Rieselbach, Erik
    Even if you unzip the stuffed file, the fonts will be Mac format, which you can t use on your PC. Options are to run the font through Fontographer and output
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 30, 2001
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      Even if you unzip the stuffed file, the fonts will be Mac format, which you
      can't use on your PC. Options are to run the font through Fontographer and
      output in PC format (of dubious legality), or to ask your client to
      authorize purchase of the font for PC. Fonts aren't usually terribly
      expensive.

      Best,

      Erik

      Erik Rieselbach
      Pfizer HQ Graphic Design
    • Ryan Mayer
      Hello all, I just wanted to thank everyone who offered their suggestions for my Mac font problem. I used Stuffit Expander to uncompress the file and then
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 3, 2001
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        Hello all,

        I just wanted to thank everyone who offered their suggestions for my Mac
        font problem. I used Stuffit Expander to uncompress the file and then
        TransType to convert it so I could use it on my PC.

        Thanks again and all the best,


        Ryan Mayer
        New Media Designer
        Interbaun Communications Inc.
        http://digitaldesign.interbaun.com
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