How to Improve Handwriting Recognition on Your Windows 10 PC

Posted on May 3, 2017. Filed under: Windows 10 | Tags: , |

HowToGeek has a post: Windows 10 lets you use handwriting input in any application, and many applications include full support for inking. Windows automatically attempts to learn your unique handwriting style when you write with a pen, but you can also train it manually to improve the system’s handwriting recognition.

Source: How to Improve Handwriting Recognition on Your Windows 10 PC

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Creating Your Own Fonts

Posted on March 13, 2009. Filed under: Fonts, Freeware/Shareware | Tags: , , , , , , |

MakeUseOf has a post on YourFonts.

YourFonts “is a free tool for creating fonts online from your own handwriting….  You simply download and print provided font template sheet. Fill in each character in your own handwriting and then scan and upload the template on to After that you can preview your own font online and if you like it download and use it on your computer.”

Another program is Fontstruct, which “is a web-based font generator where you can create your own text fonts. FontStruct is quite flexible and lets you specify the appearance of each letter. Creating fonts doesn’t require any technical knowledge, although it does take some time. Once the font is ready you can instantly save it to your PC and use it on your computer (i.e. office documents) or optionally publish them on FontStruct and share it with others.”

FontForge is “an excellent freeware program that lets you produce custom fonts. The program is slightly more sophisticated when compared with Fontstruct, and it is also teeming with options and tools.”

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