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    Default block fonts!!!

    I have a job to cut some large letters. can anyone give me some pointers on this. I've seen individual letters that are wide and that can be cut to fit on buildings. I appreciate any help.

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    I guess I should have said, can anyone give me the name of different fonts that I may can use.

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    Ariel MT bold rounded works well.
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    thanks so much Bob.

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    Times New is also a good font if you are looking for something formal

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    The fonts selected are also tied to the material you are using. The more stable the material the more ornate the font can be. Flimsy or lightweight material needs bolder/wider/flatter fonts. Russ
    AKA: Da Train Guy

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