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    For All Experienced Scrollers -
    For a newbie to scrolling, like me, what is a good looking script type font that you can use for plaques and portraits that doesn't leave a lot of floaters? Where can they be downloaded from?
    Thanks for your input!
    Bob
    ichibob
    aka - Bob, USAF Ret.
    www.grandpaswoodshed.com

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    Bob
    I recently found that microsoft word, I still use word 2000, lets you mess with the fonts. If you highlight your text, select format and font from the drop down menu, you can bolden the text and adjust the size and then..... select outline and vola..... ya got a cool scroll saw font.
    Unless that isn't what you had in mind.
    Pacifism is great, as long as everyone is participating.



    StephenD


    The Southern Arizona Woodturners Association
    Desert Woodcrafters
    Grandpa for the 7 most amazing children.

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    • #3
      Heres one thats close ..

      http://www.scrollsawer.com/patterns/...s-plaques.html

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      • #4
        Thanks guys (StephenD and DaveP) - I'll look at both!
        ichibob
        aka - Bob, USAF Ret.
        www.grandpaswoodshed.com

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