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Adding Custom Fonts To Horse Graphics
 By T W I   •   19th Apr 2012   •   3,142 views   •   7 comments
Adding Custom Fonts To Horse Graphics

Have you ever wanted to spice up your horse graphics and banners using a cool font that no one else has? While your computer comes with some built-in fonts, the truth is, they're pretty boring. Dafont.com can change all that! The font website currently features 14,905 different fonts, with new ones being added every day! Choose from all sorts of different fonts, from fancy to retro to distorted. In a few easy steps you can download your favorites onto your computer for use on all your equine graphics projects.

Adding Custom Fonts To Horse Graphics
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Emmurr  
Thank you so much for submitting this. I'd forgotten how to do it and there's not many good tutorials around so this was lovely of you to do ^^
  Apr 20, 2012  •  2,532 views
 
Enephesti  
Thanks! That's so helpful!
  Apr 21, 2012  •  2,547 views
 
Double Spur Ranch  
great article I love it!
  Apr 22, 2012  •  2,525 views
 
Artista  
Great tutorial! I should do one for Mac...!
  Apr 23, 2012  •  2,551 views
 
Deleted Accounts  
i used this! - thank you so so so much
  Apr 24, 2012  •  2,538 views
 
RoyalCrownEstates  MOD 
wow.. I learned something !
lol

thank you!
  May 17, 2012  •  2,539 views
 
Enephesti  
WOW, thanks! I was just making a layout for a customer from Howrse, and I realised that on the computer I was using (my one at Dad's house), there were hardly any fonts! I wanted a swirly one for this layout, and dafont was great! Thanks so much!
  May 19, 2012  •  2,537 views
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