Sunday, August 17, 2008

I've only played around with 1001fonts.com a little bit, but it appears to be rather handy for making some simple logos and headers, like the examples above (shown: Waltograph, Cocaine Sans, Electroharmonix).

Font Install Notes For Windows Vista Users

BYOV takes no responsibility for any effects of following these directions. They worked for me, but maybe not for everyone.
  1. Download and unzip the font from 1001fonts.com.
  2. Locate the 'Fonts' folder by going into your 'Control Panel' via the Start menu.
    • If in 'Control Panel Home' select 'Appearance and Personalization', and then 'Fonts'.
    • If in 'Classic View' select the 'Fonts' folder.
  3. Locate the 'true type font' file (file extension is .ttf) where you downloaded it and then copy and paste it into the 'Fonts' folder.
  4. Windows Vista may ask your permission to perform the operation, be sure to permit it.
  5. The new font is now usable/viewable in applications such as Microsoft Word.


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