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gore1283

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:whistling: hello

i have a problem and have no idea whare to post it. i am trying to make a bannor for a friend and she wants the blood dripping front. ok so i find it on the net and download it. i am useing home publishing suite 2000 to make the bannor. ok i go to do it and can not for the life of me figure out how to put the new front into the program so i can use it. is there anyone out there that can explain it to me how to do or if it is possable to do it??? aslo if anyone knows of sites on the net that i can do the bannor on for free or free programs that i can make use of that would be great.

thanks for looking

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put the font file into the c:\windows\fonts folder it should then show up in all of your font-using type software
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oh i got it. jeez i am just so dum sometimes. thank you soooo much for that. for the life of me i could not figure that out. you are a dear for helping me.

big thank you
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i'm actually a monkey...not a deer
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oh sorry for that you are still a sweety to me.

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i'm actually a monkey...not a deer


you sure thats not you dsenette?!
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