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    eudcedit.exe

    Does anyone know how to use eudcedit.exe

    If you have to ask what it is then you probably don't know how to use it


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    Re: eudcedit.exe

    What do you want to do with it?
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    Re: eudcedit.exe

    It doesn't matter as it doesn't do what I thought it would.


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    Re: eudcedit.exe

    For a start Unit 2.4 Character Sets: Using eudcedit.exe be helpful. I found other sites you might like too just by googling "eudcedit.exe".
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    Re: eudcedit.exe

    I have been to that site.

    I thought this app would create a font file but it only creates font characters and then you have to copy them from Character Map and paste them into your text.

    I don't understand it either. It allows you to link to a selected font and then save as a file under a name of your choice but nowhere is this saved file to be found and you cant use it in your app.


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    Have you seen fontstuct?
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    Re: eudcedit.exe

    That's pretty slick. Now all I have to do is get the hang of using it but it does allow me to create my own font file.

    Thanks, NW


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