Thursday, May 30, 2013

About Desktop Publishing: May in Review: How You Write

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From Jacci Howard Bear, your Guide to Desktop Publishing
I hope you enjoyed your weekend whether you were celebrating Memorial Day or simply enjoying the last weekend in May.

This month we took a look at your handwriting, specifically how you may have learned how to print and fonts that mimic print or cursive handwriting (or fonts of your own handwriting).

In case you missed it, last week's newsletter was all about learning how to do desktop publishing. Read it here (note that shortened newsletter links may go to different content after a few weeks).

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