RE: techwr-l digest: February 22, 2000

Subject: RE: techwr-l digest: February 22, 2000
From: "MacLemale, Laura A. (LNG-MBC)" <Laura -dot- A -dot- MacLemale -at- bender -dot- com>
To: "'TECHWR-L'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 10:47:40 -0500

Suzanne Gerrior asked, "Does anyone know of a software that
will convert a graphic to a font? For example, we have a company logo that
we would like to be able to convert to a font."

Hi Suzanne,

We used Macromedia Fontographer in a typography course that I took last
year. (The main project was designing an original character set on paper,
scanning in the images as graphics, and creating a font in Fontographer from
those images.)

Fontographer seemed to work pretty well for our purposes, although I'm not
any more experienced with the product than that. And I do remember a few
system crashes when using the software, so it's necessary to save your work

You can see for
more details.


Laura A. MacLemale
Technical Communications Coordinator
Matthew Bender, part of LEXIS Publishing
1275 Broadway
Albany, NY 12204
Phone (518) 487-3465
Fax (518) 487-3681
Laura -dot- A -dot- MacLemale -at- bender -dot- com

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