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Celeste Hand

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megaboo2696  Feb 01, 2010
i really ike this and i would like to use it but i dont know how i am new
daverave  Feb 08, 2010
Click "Download" then click "Save" in the dialogue box, it saves pretty quickly. Find the ZIP file and open it. On the left hand side click "Extract all files" then click "Next when the extraction wizard comes up. You will then be asked where you want to save it to. Type C:\WINDOWS\Fonts then click "Next" then finish. It helps if you tick the box "Show me the folder when I click finish" then browse for the font name this one is "Celeste Hand (True Type)". To use this in HTML do this <font face="Celeste Hand"> Word is simple... just select it from the drop down list.
Hope I helped :)
zhucieee  Mar 05, 2010
This is probably really random but my handwriting looks almost exactly like this font. xD
randomirregular  Mar 12, 2010
Hi Allen, I just want to say that I absolutely LOVE this font use it for everything. It is nearly perfect (the only thing that makes it imperfect is the fact that the ' disappears after typing it)! Thank you so much for making this font!
zombulance  Mar 24, 2010
This is hands down one of the best fonts I've ever downloaded. I use it all the time already.
samiee  Jan 14, 2011
i Like this one :)
alexa123  Nov 13, 2011
i love tihs font but is keeps saying Compressed (zipped)Folders was unable to create the specified directory. Ensure that the directory does not already exist, and that the path entered is valid. whenever i try to use the extract wizard. what do i type?
alexa123  Nov 13, 2011
i love tihs font but is keeps saying Compressed (zipped)Folders was unable to create the specified directory. Ensure that the directory does not already exist, and that the path entered is valid. whenever i try to use the extract wizard. what do i type?


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