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Create customized fonts with unique colors and symbols

Create customized fonts with unique colors and symbols
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Do you ever want to spice up the appearance of documents that you send to people? There are many fonts on word processing programs, like Word, and on presentation software, like PowerPoint.

But if you use fonts a lot, like if you're a graphic artist, you need a font library that's considerably more robust than the ones you use all the time. If so, there's a really simple-to-use, free library of fonts that will come in handy, whether you're using it for your job, or just for fun.

It's called NexusFont. Just type into the text window at the upper center of your screen (to the right of the trash can in the image below). As you're typing, or when you're finished typing, click on the font you want to use. There are about hundreds of fonts to choose from. Then, choose your color, and features, like italics.

If you're a designer and really need the perfect font, you can quickly scroll through all of them. Just compare how all of them look, to find the best one. When you do, you can double click on it to see how your words look in every font size that's available.

NexusFont

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