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About this service

What can I do with this online tool?

If you for e.g. write a letter with a word processing program one the fonts installed on your computer. This results in an impersonal look of the document. With MyScriptFont.com you can give your digital produced documents a personal touch. MyScriptFont.com enables you to use your own handwriting like every other font installed on your computer.

This service is free. We also do not need your email address. You can download the resulting font after the conversion.

Usage Hints

Copyright policies for the produced fonts

This service is free. All produced fonts belong to you. We do not claim any rights on your font.
You are free to do what ever you want with your font, this includes any kind of commercial use and/or selling the font. You do not have to mention that your font was produced with this tool.

The fonts I've been creating here don't seem to be spaced properly.

There are two options to correct the problem:
1.) Open the scanned image with a paint program and look for some artifacts close to the letters with to much space. Remove the artifacts, save the image and submit the improved image.
2.) Use the sister website www.paintfont.com to create your fonts. With paintfont.com you can submit a scanned template together with a base font. Both fonts will be merged.
Characters from the scanned image will overwrite characters in the base font. This way you can change only certain characters in already created fonts.
The base font option is a bit hidden under:
Upload filled out templates -> Advanced Settings -> Basis font file

How to install a font on your computer

Before you can use a font in e.g. MS Word you have to install the font on your computer.
Before you start to install a font close any open Windows applications, such as Microsoft Word or Microsoft Outlook.

Windows 7

Right click the font file and click properties under the "General" tab and if you see an "Unblock" button click on it. If there is no "Unblock" button ignore this step. Now you have to options to install the font:
Option 1: Double click the font file and click the "Install" button on the upper left corner.
Option 2: Drag and Drop the font file into the fonts folder. The Fonts folder is located under "C:\Windows\Fonts"

Windows Vista

Right click the font file and select Install.

Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP

You have to options to install the font:
Option 1: Drag and Drop the font file into the Fonts folder. The Fonts folder is located under C:\Windows\Fonts or C:\WINNT\Fonts.
Option 2: Go to the Fonts folder by clicking Start>Settings>Control Panel>Fonts and select "Install new Font" in the upper left "File" menu. In the following menu first select the folder where your font file is located and then select the font file.

MacOSX

1. In the Finder, open the folder or disk where you did save the downloaded font file.
2. Select the font suitcases for the font you want to install.
3. Drag and drop the font into the Fonts folder in the Library folder.
4. (Optional) If you want the font to be available running in Classic mode, you must also install the TrueType font into the "fonts" folder under the Classic System Folder.

Linux

Option 1: Copy the font file to "fonts://" in the File manager.
Option 2: Go into the "/home" folder and select "Show Hidden Files" in the upper menu under "View". You will then see the hidden folder ".fonts". Now copy the font file into the ".fonts" folder.


How to embed a font into a word or a powerpoint document

When you install a font, that font will only work with the computer you have installed it on. If you share documents with other people or open it on a different computer, the new font you have installed on your computer will not be displayed the same way on the other computer.
To make sure that other people can see the fonts on different computers, you can embed the font to save the characters with your document. On the "Tools" menu, click "Options", and then click the "Save" tab. Under "Save options", select the "Embed TrueType fonts" check box. This works if you are using a TrueType font in Word or Microsoft PowerPoint.