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    Default CONVERTING SHX FONTS TO TTF

    I am wanting to convert shx fonts to a true type font to use in other programs.

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    Default Re: CONVERTING SHX FONTS TO TTF

    branste, I moved your request to this forum, it shoud recieve more attention here. The tips forum is for suggestions that you have for others.
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    Talking Re: CONVERTING SHX FONTS TO TTF

    Here's something to try ... for FREE

    http://www.popularshareware.com/Font...load-6356.html

    I think ....
    If you explode the TEXT in AutoCAD you can then export the DWG to a PS file or something like that ... to bring into this program that creates TTF files.

    Just an idea.
    Maybe someone else will come up with something.

    HTH

    Rich
    ... SMILE ... the work will always be there, but you don't have to be there .... try again tomorrow.

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