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How to Type in Your Own Handwriting on Your Computer

Back in June, Pilot Pen launched an online program that allows you to turn your handwriting into a computer font–so you can literally type in your own handwriting.

This GalleyCat editor took 10 minutes and created a font for his own handwriting. You can see the results embedded above (click to enlarge). This could be a fun tool to spruce up your blog, rewrite a poem, or send funny emails to your readers.

Watch the simple how-to video to find out more. Here’s more from the site: Write by hand on your computer! Go to www.pilothandwriting.com, turn your handwriting into a digital font and send handwritten e-mails to your friends.”

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