Posted on Monday, September 28th, 2009 by Shachar Pessis
Font Capture – When writing a letter, a story, an essay or any other content, I usually alternate between the following word processor fonts: Times New Roman, David, Arial and Verdana. For those of us who aren’t masters of typography, there is a new way to create fonts of your own in a fun, easy and creative way; Font Capture allows you to convert your own handwriting into a Word font. Sound’s complicated? Well, it’s as easy as A, B, C; go to this link and follow the four simple steps. Download and print the template, fill it out it in your handwriting, scan it back and there you go, you have your very own unique font. My handwriting is pretty bad and often illegible (and that is an underestimate). Nevertheless, I created my own font – below is the result, using Word.