Respective

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Accents Euro Respective by Måns Grebäck  site
in Script > Calligraphy
 1,630,350 downloads (620 yesterday)   Free for personal use - 2 font files

11 comments

mohammad_king62  Sep 21, 2011
tank you
MisKandi  Sep 24, 2011
This file is corrupt or something. I cannot get it to install. Please repair if possible because I think it is beautiful.
Thank you.
pandamen  Oct 24, 2011
nice font
Mina Rose  Oct 27, 2011
Is it okayy if i used it for my page i want create? i absolutely love it and it will express mtdesigns well (im an amature fashion designer by the way) tank you
t0orrescho  Nov 08, 2011
I dont care
katesimon  Dec 09, 2011
I love this font - but when I use it in Word on my Mac the tops are cut off.
has anyone else has this problem ?
MAWNS  author of Respective   Dec 12, 2011
katesimon: Increase line spacing.
nycentral57  Feb 10, 2012
May I ask anyone out there who knows computers a question? I downloaded font files from here, then installed them, but I dont know where they got installed to. How do I download these font files so that I can use them in Windows Works or Word? Your help will be greatly appreciated. My email address is nycentral57@verizon.net. Thank You in advance for your help
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Zanary  Mar 07, 2012
Can I please use this elegant font on my blogs? If you want the exact page, I can give it to you.
apalomar88  Oct 30, 2012
Hi. I would like to use this font for my wedding menus. I am willing to donate for your help. The file downloads corrupt. If you can email it to me personally with instructions how to use it on word I would greatly appreciate it I'll be working on them tonight if not I will go and find and pay for another font. Thanks! apalomar.valdez@gmail.com, send a link to paypall too
kanonday  Mar 12, 2013
I am having the same issue as katesimon. I expanded the line spacing and that added back in the bottom of the font, but the top is still cut off, no matter how much I increase the spacing. Any help?


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