This opening paragraph should describe the feature that you are documenting. Explain how it is commonly used and what the benefits are. For example: The Widget Master email link allows you to easily send information about each widget to various departments within your company. Often, the feature that you are documenting can be best explained by walking the reader through step by step. Use screenshots to illustrate the steps where possible.
- Your own handwriting turned into your very own font
- Optionally include your signature and digitally sign your contracts
- Use your fonts on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
- Use your fonts in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and every program that you own
Step One (Print Template)
The first thing to do is print the template. We have it available in a PDF document. To make optimal use of the size of your paper, we recommend you print out the PDF document.
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Step Two (Fill Out Template)
Use a Suitable Pen (e.g. a black permanent marker of fine or medium thickness) to draw the characters the way that you normally write. Make sure you draw your characters within the designated cells.
Only Characters that are written down on the template are added to the font, so if you only need a few characters, then only write those down. If you don't want accented characters, you can skip page two of the template.
All cells (except the signature cell) contain horizontal guidelines (actuallt for little marks on both left and right side of each cell) that should help you write the characters in the right dimensions, and in the best possible positions in each cell. The image below illustrates how to get the best results (first row) and what you should avoid (second row).