In the previous post I detailed what it means for the electronic layouter to have much fun bossing around font files.
There is a secret weapon that allows the intrepid artist to get round the 'gotta havea font file' problem, because, sometimes, why send an entire font file when you can just send a few characters?
One of my favorite play toys in QuarkXPress is this little jewel called Text to Box, which, takes text and creates of it a Beziér picture box, complete with handles and everything. I just summarized my finding on QuarkVsInDesign here.
Just one thing: if you convert a complified font like Papyrus...watch out. You're in for some work, yo.
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