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Converting Postscript Fonts to Truetype

converting postscript fonts truetype fonts

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#1 SmartWeb


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Posted 09 December 2012 - 09:05 PM

Postscript fonts are fonts that were created by Adobe and they are scalable. Truetype fonts were created by Apple as its answer to the Postscript fonts, and you can also scale them up to the pixel. To convert Postscript fonts to Trutype fonts you have to:
1.Install a font-conversion software such as CrossFont, FontXChange or FontLab
2.Open your program and click ‘Search’ and then locate the Postscript font that you want to convert and click on it. Postscript fonts extension names are ‘ PFM ‘or’ PFB’.
3.Click on the ‘Add File’ and select the file of your Postscript font.
4. Click Save To and decide where you want to save your new Truetype font .
5.Click on the "Convert" button and the font will start to convert.

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