Jul 13th, 2006 - Hi,
I am looking for a font with a sliced 0 like used in certain computer related area's, like this Ø ( but then a real 0 )
Preferably something roughly in Arial style.
Anyone having a good pointer?
Mar 1st, 2007 - I need help identifying this font, I thought that it could be Arial but it doesn't quite fit...I have been looking for quite sometime so it could be right in front of my face but I have just missed it, please let me know what you thin
Aug 28th, 2007 - ... "arabic-style", "pseudo-muslim", etc., I have even looked under "Boutros"! could someone please point me in the right direction?
The band are excellent musicians and I strongly advise anyone into music (specifically electronica, ...
Feb 15th, 2009 - ... Arial.
Does anyone know of truly elegant alternatives to the above?
The other thing I've realized is that I need is something rather like Herculanum (which I love), but with upper and lower case letters. Does such a thing e ...
May 11th, 2007 - It looks to me like arial rounded with the character map for the special letters .... the a with the two dots is ALT +0228
när vi hittar en lokal och tar itu med klänningen. Da kan jag...
Hope that helps
Aug 1st, 2011 - ... MS-Arial.
Also forgotten: http://www.ekuilibrium.com/ ?
This should lead you with advanced Googling for filteype PDF to:
Fontinfo: Bailey ...
Aug 10th, 2003 - ... arial i know that because i tried it out on ps but the fonts are actually different shapes. it looks sorta like arial but condensed version. if anyone knows where i can dl this font please write back. thx.
Apr 27th, 2009 - I open a document from my e-mail message, and the font is all arial special g1. How can I convert it back to times new roman, because I can't read the arial special g1.
thanks in advanced.
Sep 9th, 2003 - Hi, anyone know of a plain all capitals font? I'm looking for something like Arial in all capitals.
I have to change an entire spreadsheet into all caps, and I'd rather not have to retype the whole thing.
thanks for your help
Feb 1st, 2004 - ... Arial, Swiss 721 BT or Zurich BT. This, I suppose, depends on exactly how dead-on you wish to be. But this sample is too small and has too few characters to be able to make perfect match. Arial, of course, comes ...