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:: Font Calebasse (Unregistered)

Designer Name: Match Software
License: Free for Personal Use

:: Font Description

As a member we subscribe to ASP Author Member

the principles and services of Association of Shareware


______________________________ ________________________




1-888-74-FONTS (1-888-743-6687)

Other countries 1+ (213) 656-4244


If you decide to regularly use this product, we ask that you register for

a minimal usage fee of $9,95 only. For that price, you will be registered as

a legal user, and have the right to use this product in any of your

business, like advertisement, publishing or printing. You will also receive

the registered version of the font, which contains the full set of characters.

But there is a much better deal! For $19.95 only, you can get the sampler

pack in which this font is featured. You will get a full disk of

legitimate, complete and registered fonts, for a very affordable price.

Check the README.TXT document, in this archive, for a short description. You

may also want to check our web site at .

We also have great Foreign Language Packs, available for only $29.95 each.

Please print, fill out this order form, and send it in with you payment.

If you pay by credit card, you may also send your order by fax at

(310) 338-0908.

If you wish fast delivery, request free email delivery. Email delivery is

shipped daily, and the $5 supplement for foreign shipment is waived.



City, State : _______________________________________

Zip Code:_______________________________

Country (Outside North America, please add $5 post. and hand.):_____________

Daytime Phone: (_____)_______________ (in case of missing details)

E-MAIL address ________________________

O Please rush me the order by attached file on e-Mail at this address _____________________

I found this order with the following font : _________________________

Which I got from : _____________________

O Yes ! I want to take advantage of this great font offer.

I have read and understand all disclaimers and warranties.

(Please check desired order, don't forget to check Computer and format)

Get any one of the Text, Display, Discovery or Calligraphic font packs,

for $19.95 each only.

Code Pack name Quantity Price


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Sub Total : ................

Foreign font packs contain an assortment of fonts, and all the tools to

ease data entry (keyboard remapping, right-to-left editor when needed,

etc.) Get any language pack for $29.95

O ARMENIAN..............................................................

O BALTIC (Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian)................................

O CYRILLIC (Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, etc.)..........................

O EAST-EUROPEAN (Croatian, Czech, Polish, Rumanian, Slovak, etc.).......

O GREEK FONT (Modern and Ancient Greek).................................


(Right-to-left data entry)...............

O JAPANESE (Hiragana, Katakana, Romanji data entry).....................

O TURKISH PACK..........................................................


Please indicate format of the fonts and computer. Check one of each.

If nothing is checked, Windows TrueType will be shipped as default.

O TrueType (most common) O PostScript ATM Type 1

O Windows O Macintosh

California Residents, please add 8.5% sales tax $ ..........

Total $ ..........

Please find enclosed $............... O Cash O Check O Money Order

(Please make checks payable to Match Software).

I pay by credit card $............... O Visa O MC O Amex O Dinners

Card number _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Exp. _ _ / _ _

Name of cardholder : _______________________________________________

Address (if different from above ):_________________________________


City : ____________________________________ Zip :___________________

Country : __________________________________________________________

Telephone (if different from above) : ______________________________

Date : ______________ Signature : _______________________

Print, fill out and send to :



SUITE 1-205



[email protected]

Phone (213) 656-4244

Fax (310) 338-0908



You can buy our products online, from the following places:

On the Word Wide Web, check our site .

There, you can order online for mail delivery, or directly buy

online, and immediately download your newly purchased product.

On America Online, you can buy and download immediately our

products, by going to the atOnce download store.

GO ATONCE, and search with the keyword Match Fonts.

Important message to our Overseas foreign customers


Remember: Credit cards are probably the safest, and most convenient

way to pay from abroad.

E.E.C (European Economic Community) customers may pay with checks in

their own currency, for the counter value of the dollar amount. Please

make checks payable to Michel Bujardet.

You may send us at your convenience cash, traveler checks (easily

available at your current bank), postal or international money orders.

For cash, make sure to conceal the notes to avoid any trouble during

postal transportation. For electronic money transfers, please contact us

by fax or email to obtain our current bank number.

We are sorry not to be able to take checks payable on European banks

(even Eurochecks in $). Bank collection fees close to $20 make it


If you are currently a Compuserve customer, you may want to register

on-line, (GO SWREG) which is far easier, and will be charged directly

through your regular Compuserve bill.


Frequently Asked Questions

This document outlines


1 - The nature of shareware

2 - Support

3 - Limited warranties

4 - ASP Ombudsman

5 - Technical questions, and the answers/tips we came up with



Shareware distribution gives users a chance to try software

before buying it. If you try a Shareware program and continue

using it, you are expected to register. Individual programs

differ on details -- some request registration while others

require it, some specify a maximum trial period. With

registration, you get anything from the simple right to continue

using the software to an updated program with printed manual.

Copyright laws apply to both Shareware and commercial software,

and the copyright holder retains all rights, with a few specific

exceptions as stated below. Shareware authors are accomplished

programmers, just like commercial authors, and the programs are

of comparable quality. (In both cases, there are good programs

and bad ones!) The main difference is in the method of

distribution. The author specifically grants the right to copy

and distribute the software, either to all and sundry or to a

specific group. For example, some authors require written

permission before a commercial disk vendor may copy their


Shareware is a distribution method, not a type of software. You

should find software that suits your needs and pocketbook,

whether it's commercial or Shareware. The Shareware system makes

fitting your needs easier, because you can try before you buy.

And because the overhead is low, prices are low also. Shareware

has the ultimate money-back guarantee -- if you don't use the

product, you don't pay for it.


Users of the fonts placed on this disk must accept this disclaimer

of warranty: "These fonts are supplied as is. The author disclaims

all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation,

the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose.

The author assumes no liability for damages, direct or conse-

quential, which may result from the use of these fonts."

The fonts placed on this disk are registered versions, and should

under no circumstance be passed around. They are reserved to your

own use, or the company who acquired them.

If you feel like sharing your enthusiasm for our font products,

please pass around our shareware evaluation packages, which you can

find on Compsuerve, America Online, major BBS, ASP shareware

vendors, and on our web site :


While we do our best to make sure you enjoy our fonts to their

fullest, please remember that they are both technical, and artistic

creations. We will gladly provide support for technical questions.

Requests for artistic changes will be taken as suggestions, which

implies one should not expect aesthetic touches as part of a normal

support. Nevertheless, artistic point of views and suggestions are

always welcome, and appreciated.

Before contacting us, please make sure you have read the end of this

document. It has been written, based on questions asked very

frequently, by users who requested support. Finding the answer in

this document will save you time and aggravation.

For practical and financial reasons, we cannot provide phone

technical support. You may, however, report any problem at

(213) 656-4244. We will usually follow-up within 24 hours,

by email or fax.

You can also contact us by fax at (310) 338-0908, or by email at

[email protected] Please try to be as specific as possible,

in order to get appropriate help. Remind us the name of the font

you are using, on which platform (Mac, Windows or OS/2), and the

exact nature of the problem. Depending on the complexity of the

question, you will receive a reply, usually within 24 hours.

Reported technical bugs will be fixed as rapidly as possible.

However, given the necessity for tests and verifications, it is

impossible to give standard time limit. In general, past experiences

have shown an average response in less than a week. When completed,

font updates will be sent to the customer who has reported the bug

by email (or regular mail, if no email is available).


If for any reason the registered version of the font/program was

provided to you directly by Match Software on a defective media

(disk), it will be exchanged for a new one at no cost.

If you have suggestions for improving this font/program, we

appreciate your comments. It does not mean we will fix or modify the

font in the way you wish in a given time, or that we must do it in

any way. However, if we feel the suggestion is appropriate, next

version of the font may be inspired from these advises.

We decline any responsibility if for any reason this font/program is

put to bad use in any way. It worked fine on a regular

configuration, and on a regular printer, with the most usual

software packages. If, for any reason, it could not work on your

specific configuration, Match Software cannot be held responsible.

As technical combinations are almost infinite, and because systems

evolve in ways we cannot predict, it might happen a new system, or a

particular configuration, does not work with a font. For instance,

because a new version of the system requires a new font format. In

general, we will try to keep up with the system versions, and

eventually offer upgrades, if possible, but it does not constitute

an obligation, nor would it be the case if you acquired a set of

seats cover for your specific car, and require they fit any new car

you may decide to buy later on.


This program is produced by a member of the Association of Shareware

Professionals (ASP). ASP wants to make sure that the shareware

principle works for you. If you are unable to resolve a

shareware-related problem with an ASP member by contacting the

member directly, ASP may be able to help. The ASP Ombudsman can help

you resolve a dispute or problem with an ASP member, but does not

provide technical support for members' products.

Please write to

ASP Ombudsman

545 Grover Road,

Muskegon, MI 49442-9427


FAX 616-788-2765

or send a message to ASP Ombudsman

- via CompuServe mail 70007,3536

- email [email protected]


Here are some questions frequently asked about our fonts, and the

answers we where able to come up at the time. You may also want to

read the answers, even if you experienced no problem with the

present font. As a matter of fact, we have come up with some

solutions of our own, which may help you get better results with all

your fonts. This list of questions and answers will be regularly

updated, in order to spare as much as possible aggravation for our

customers. After reading them, please contact us, if anything was

still bothering you. We will do what we can to help you the best way

we can. Thank-you for all your reports.

Q: I downloaded your font, but Windows does not want it. It does not

want to install BABY_TT.ZIP.

A: Before using our shareware packages, you must unpack them with

the appropriate program. You may find WINZIP on most shareware

sites. After unpacking the archive, you will find the BABYFACE.TTF

file, which Windows will accept as its own.

Q: How do I install TrueType fonts under Windows ?

A : Open the "Fonts" control pannel, and click "Add". Then, look for

the font files (extension *.TTF) where you copied or unpacked them.

Select them, and click OK. You may install several fonts at the same

time, simply by selecting them. Windows 95 requires a slightly

different procedure. Open the "Fonts" folder you will find in the

Control Panel located within "My Computer" icon. Then, simply copy

the TrueType font into it.

Q : I do not find the *.FOT files to install the *.TTF TrueType fonts.

A : this type of file is generated by Windows 3.xx when a new font

is installed. In other words, if you use the correct Control Panel

procedure to install a new *.TTF file, Windows 3.xx will

automatically create the corresponding *.FOT file. Windows 95 does

not use this type of file at all, and directly takes advantage of

*.TTF fonts.

Q: How do I install PostScript fonts under Windows ?

A : PostScript fonts come with the extension *.PFB and *.PFM, one of

each for each font. In order to use them, you first must install

Adobe Type Manager (ATM) for Windows. Then, copy *.PFB files in the


directory. Then, use the ATM control panel to install the fonts.

PostScript fonts offer lots of advantages over their TrueType

Windows counterpart, as kerning and more precise printing. If you

are serious about desktop publishing, you may want to acquire ATM

Windows. This install process may have changed with newer versions

of ATM. please refer to the manual of that utility for more details.

Q : Some complex characters do not display normaly with ATM fonts

A : This phenomenon has been reported most often when ATM Type 1

fonts of complex character shapes are used with Windows 95. The

characters appear on top of each other, and are difficult to read on

the screen. They do print perfectly, though. The only way we have

found to circumvent this glitch seems to be to first enter the text

in a simpler shaped font, for instance Arial, and after entries have

been verified, select the text you want, and bring it to the desired

font and attributes.

Q : Under Windows, some characters of a given font do not print at

all sizes, or show only on screen, or the opposite. This happens

most often with complex fonts, such as DinosoType, Bujardet

Vignettes of Nahkt Hieroglyphs. Some characters print as squares,

when they appear fine on the screen, or the opposite, or both. It

happens most often when the output is to be made on a dot-matrix

printer, would it be impact or ink-jet. It does happen, sometimes,

though, with laser printers, as well.

A : The problem seems to reside within Windows itself, and the way

TrueType is handled. We where unable to get any explanation from

Microsoft which could help us understand how to solve the problem.

However, as in general this type of fonts are most used on isolated

basis (letterheads, titles, etc.), it is possible to use another

approach :

- Create a new document under Windows Paint

- With the TEXT tool, enter the appropriate message

- Copy the image, and paste it into your word processor or desktop

publishing software. Of course, if you use more sophisticated tools

than Windows Paint, like Corel Draw on the PC, the result may be

better. Although TrueType fonts may pose this problem, PostScript

Type 1, even extremely complex, do display and work perfectly under

Windows with Adobe Type Manager (ATM). If you want do do any type of

serious desktop publishing, we strongly recommend you use ATM and

PostScript fonts.

Q : I do not find the accented characters, or the punctuations. They

are not available through my regular keyboard. Why is that ?

A : The free evaluation fonts do not contain punctuations, nor the

upper-ascii characters, including the accented characters. If you need

these characters, simply register for the font, and you will receive

the registered version, which contains the full set of characters.

You can register on line on our site, and immediately download the

registered version, at

Q : I need a font in a language not yet available.

A : Creating fonts for new languages is not only challenging, it is

also culturally very rewarding, very inspiring. We do not always

know the language you plan to use. But if you provide us with the

proper information, we will use it to create a new font. It is

fairly simple : we only need the best representation of the

alphabet, character by characters, and eventually it's

pronounciation, if it is not a Roman set of letters (Japanese, for

instance, or Russian are in that case). Call us for more details.

Q : I want a font made according to my specifications.

A : If you already have a printout of the desired font, or any

graphic representation that we can use to draw the characters, our

regular price for designing a new font is very reasonable. If you

want a creation from scratch, it will be more difficult. Please call

us for a quotation.

Q : How can I obtain a printout of all of your fonts ?

A : Just send us your complete address, and we will gladly send you

a documentation showing the diversity of Match Software fonts. You

can already find a pretty good representation of our offering, on

our web site :

Q : You must provide thorough phone hot line support for any brand

and type of computer. If Adobe and others can, why not you ? You

should be able to be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week !

A : We are sorry, with our small operation, not to be able to

compete with giants who see more money in 10 minutes than we may be

able to earn in one year. However, our prices are lower beyond

comparison. That is also because you are not paying for million

dollars advertisement, and plethoric staffs. Besides, we are

prepared to fix glitches if any, and gladly accept advises from our

customers. Remember, however, that a font is somewhat equivalent to

a bumper sticker to an automobile. Please do not ask us to solve the

problems generated by your system, no more than you would think

about requiring driving lessons from a stickers publisher. We do our

best for our fonts to work properly on STANDARD configurations,

including STANDARD printers, STANDARD system versions, STANDARD

applications, when our fonts are installed through STANDARD

procedures. All that said, we do want to help you benefit from our

software products. You can contact us by phone at (213) 656-4244,

and leave a message on the voice mail if unfortunately we where not

able to answer immediately. You can also reach us at any of our

e-mail address [email protected] or on Compuserve 73267,1701.

Q : In your Martian font, you placed a dot above the glipnol

character, and forgot to put an accent above the weirdoo. It is

unforgettable. I am furious and you are just as stupid as a bunch of

lunar dogs ! You should be whipped, and give me my money back, too,

plus maybe a little extra, because I suffered incredible damage to

my much sophisticated sense of intellectual properness and inherent

graceful sophistication.

A : We are sorry not to know Martian as well as such a refined

literate as your highness. Please do not blow your desintegrator at

us, poor ridiculous clumsy uneducated filthy computer groomers. More

seriously, please consider that ignorance may not be such a crime,

after all, and have mercy for the less taught. We all learn all our

lives new concepts and new ways. If for any reason we committed a

mistake in transcribing your native language, be assured it is not

intentional. Please courteously provide us with the proper

information, and we will try to make appropriate updates are made,

if they are technically possible and logical. All we know of, as

humble and insignificant artisans, is the fonts craftsmanship. It is

not our fault, then, if the subtleties of a foreign language do not

strike us like light over the saint's head. However, we are bending

our knees to the more educated. Thank you for helping us improve.

At the present time, our foreign fonts have been thoroughly review

d, so they satisfy our customers. Some have helped perfect already

very nice fonts. But we will appreciate any additional help ! Any

report or suggestion is taken very seriously, and usualy fixes are

carried out through regular updates. All the more reason to

register, to be able to benefit from these improvements.

Q : When I use too many fonts, my printer crashes.

A : Try setting the option "Print TrueType fonts as graphics" in the

Windows Printer Control panel.

Q : Why do you ask for money for your fonts ? They should be free !

A : There is a strange curse around computer software, these days.

Nobody would ever consider getting a movie for nothing, or walking

into a book store and require a sample for free. For programs,

however, the matter is quite different. So many people consider

computer software piracy as a light little mistake, that eventually,

some may indeed start considering software authors as thieves,

because they pretend to get a small reward for their job. Some

luminaries (noticeably around GNU project, or some Internet

ayatollahs) even have the nerve to play with the very strange notion

that computer software should only come free, and that any

commercial distribution, including shareware, has some analogy to a

rip-off. Fine and good, then, but why do they at the same time

insist to get paid for their conferencing, or to get royalties from

their books ? Match Software is a small business based on shareware

distribution. Anyone can browse at our productions in the same way a

reader could read book as many times and as completely as wished,

before actually paying for it. Please do not pirate us. If you feel

a font is really of use, please register. That small usage fee will

help us continue creating new original, exclusive and fine fonts for

you. We sincerely thank all users who have, through their

registration, helped pay the rent, the phone, and the electricity

which powers our equipment to create all these fonts. Please

continue to support the shareware concept. It is the only way out of

the commercial monopolies. Small software companies are as much a

liberty warrant as small book publishers are : without them, big

companies would have their way, culturally and financially. Nobody

would ever want that to happen !

Match Software

8205 Santa Monica Blvd #1-205

West Hollywood, CA 90046-5912

(213) 656-4244

Internet : [email protected]

Compuserve : 73267,1701

America Online : MatchSoft

Acknoledgement : "Match Software" is intellectual property of Match

Software. All other intellectual properties, such as Trademark and

Brand Names mentionned in this document, belong to their respective


New : Visit our home page
Download our latest font packages !

This font is a shareware evaluation package, distributed as an evaluation
sample of the large Match Software Font Library. It is functional, but may
lack some features of the registered version. Most often, punctuations,
and upper-ascii charcaters (accented) have been removed. You have as much
time as you wish to evaluate it any way you see fit. When you have decided
it is actually fine enough for you to use it regularly, we ask that you
contribute the modest amount of $9.95. This will enable us to cover some of
the cost of development, and you will be entitled to legally use this
font, for yourself or the business your represent. You will also receive
the registered version of the font, which will be more complete.

Better yet, order the sampler on which this font is featured, for $19.95 only.
This is a great deal : a whole disk of legitimate, registered fonts, for
a very low price.

If you want to distribute this font as part of a shareware collection or
package, please contact us first, or read the guidelines included into
this archive (VENDOR.DOC, or "Distributors Welcome").

Match Software distributes many more innovative and original fonts,
created by Michel Bujardet. These creations cover exclusive display
fonts, creative discovery fonts, remarkable calligraphic fonts, and
foreign language packages. Big font publishers always produce yet another
bulk of the same. Match Software provides a brand new collection of
types, which will let you bring a fresh look to your creations. Here are
some highlights of our large catalog. If you have access to the World
Wide Web, graphic samples are available on our site : You may want to open the Catalog.url
document, which will open in your Web browser, directly on our site. More
fonts are also available there, for free download.

Unless stated otherwise, these sampler packs contain both TrueType, and
PostScript ATM Type 1 fonts. They are available for Macintosh, or
Windows-OS/2. Apart from some special decorative or discovery types, they
contain in general the whole character set, including accented,
diacritical marks and symbolic characters needed for non-english data

MFL - 2101 : Text Fonts 1
This disk offers 8 original different fonts, perfect for newsletters and
publications. Their excellent quality makes them good fabric for original
desktop publishing, pre-press and typesetting. Included are Boum-Boum,
Chapougniard, Gare de Lyon, Normographe and Technicien.

MFL - 2102 : Text Fonts 2 "Special typewriter"
This is a special pack of non-proportional, fixed-space fonts. In general,
systems such as Macintosh and Windows are provided with very few monospace
fonts, for instance Courier. Dactylographe offers a replacement closer to
Times, and a better printed result. Four styles : normal, bold, true
italics (not simply skewed), and bold-italic. Oloron is much more legible
at small point sizes, great for spreadsheet outputs. Four styles : normal,
bold, italics, and bold-italic.

MFL - 2103 : Text Fonts 3 "Fixed-width"
This is a special pack of non-proportional, fixed-space fonts. In general,
systems such as Macintosh and Windows are provided with very few monospace
fonts, for instance Courier. Bordofixed is a very nice sans-serif font,
but with heavies and lights, quite elegant. Four styles : normal, bold,
true italics (not simply skewed), and bold-italic. Normafixed is closer
to Helevtica, but with a flavor of Art-deco. Four styles : normal, bold,
true italics (not simply skewed), and bold-italic.

MFL - 2104 : Text Fonts 4
If you like Courier, you will love this proportional font, which has the
same kind of appearance, but a more elegant layout. In other words, an "i"
will take much less space than an "M" for instance, like it is the case
in Times. Four styles : normal, bold, true italics (no simply skewed), and
bold-italic. Bordini is a very nice sans-serif font, but with heavies and
lights, quite elegant. Can replace Helvetica, with a special touch. Four
styles : normal, bold, true italics (not simply skewed), and bold-italic.

MFL - 3101 : Display Fonts 1
Contains 8 original title and display fonts. Calebasse has a flavor of
the flower power era. Relief is a classical serif, with a twist. Parador
makes for Spanish style. Plexiglass looks like transparent letters.

MFL - 3102 : Display Fonts 2
A disk full of stunning title fonts. Boulons characters are made of nuts
and bolts. Exclusive. Chinoiseries is perfect for Chinese restaurant
menus. Grecques has the style of classical Greek writing. Monogrammes
will allow you to create circular logos in a snap. Yiddilatin looks like
Hebrew characters. Yogatree is made out of upside-down letters, for
special effects.

MFL - 3103 : Display Fonts 3
A collection in a disk. Great for pre-press. Baby Face and several
variations offer a typical Bahaus approach to lettering. TSF et Compagnie
have a beautiful Art Deco look, not to mention TSF Lovely, where little
hearts fill the letters, quite appropriate for love letters and Valentine

MFL - 3104 : Display Fonts 4
Stars in stripes pack. Big bacon is a very solid, heavy type, pin-striped
horizontally. Malabars offers fine diagonal stripes. Venitiennes has a
mini blind touch, and Zebrures is reminiscent of some road signs.
Cristolikid, Diodes and Display look like LCD displays. Ruban looks like
a Dymo stripe.

MFL - 3105 : Display Fonts 5
Packed with types from the turn of the century on. Bujardet Freres has
been created for adds ran by the author's ancestors during the Paris
World Fair in 1900. Metropolitain, the letters used for the famous old
fashion stations of the Paris Metro. Octogone, a very classical Art Deco

MFL - 3106 : Display Fonts 6
The fonts unavailable anywhere else, packed on a disk, great for Halloween.
Bones features characters made out of them. Three styles ; normal, black,
and oblique. Halloween is made out of "scary" pictures representing the
letters. Coulures is somewhat close to the letters used for the title of
the famous TV series "The Munsters". Letters look like they have been
covered with candle drippings. Three styles : normal, black (like the
wizards black candles), and oblique. SilBooettes is made out of shaddowy
characters, great to illustrate any kind of document : witches, sorcerers,
cats, ghosts, etc...

MFL - 4101 : Calligraphic Fonts 1
Here, the emphasis is placed on natural handwriting. Catherinette has a
touch of an older lady's handwriting. Feutre looks like modern
handwriting with a marker. Norman Prince is calligraphy for toddlers.
Willegha, a classic typeface for quill writing fans.

MFL - 7101 : Discovery Fonts 1
Each of these fonts is a real marvel of educational fun for a kid. Hours
of intelligent discoveries and mind exercise. Help in the development of
his mental and graphic skills.
- Dinosotype : real dinosaurs replace characters A-Z, 0-9 and a-z. Set
your application program to very large letters, and what you type
materialize as beautifully scary creatures, ready to jump on your printer
for collages, coloring, mobile creations, and so on. These pictures are
scientifically accurate, and could be used for natural science, although
a few Barney's like friends are also present.
- Mister Potato : this font is one of the most original treasures of the
chest. You first enter the face you want on the screen, Mr. Cauliflower,
Mr. Potato, Mr. Pumpkin, etc., and then add his eyes, arms, legs, hat,
etc. A ton of fun for one or several children, who will have hours of fun
creating new characters, and play with the printouts to create cardboard
figures, mobiles, or masks.
- Alphabetizer : A as Ant, B as Bear, C as Cat, the complete alphabet is
represented here, together with it's signifying words, and amazingly cute
drawings. Really attractive, and original text books can be generated
with this amazing novelty, a grand classic revisited. Great too for
letterheads, postcards, fairy books and lots of other marvelous projects
- Norman Prince : although there is a wealth of "script" fonts around,
none of them take into account the needs of young children, which is to
have an accurate representation of each character, as well as a style
closer to their calligraphic abilities. Here is a very nice script font,
resembling very well an excellent pupil's work. You may love it for
creating children's books, as well.
- Nahkt hieroglyphs : the mysteries of ancient Egypt are many, and so
fascinating for any age. One the most ancient civilizations has brought
to us one of the most interesting ways of writing, through figurative
symbols and icons. Write your name in hieroglyphs, as simply as you type
it in. Tell stories as the ancient scribes did, during the Pharaoh's era.
Enrich your history reports with exclusive notes in hieroglyphs.
- Halloween : do you remember the "scary" letters often used for posters
around the holidays ? Here they are, ready to jump into your computer.
Skeletons, witches, and all sorts of scary things to write very scary
letters !

MFL - 7102 : Discovery Fonts 2
From the city of angels, here are exclusive types for decorative,
spiritual and magical printouts.
Angelots :Drop-case letters, ideal for manuscript-like chapters,
proverbs, prayers, etc. Angelots-Lite : Drop-case letters, with
just a little angel picture
Sceaux : Each angel has a very special seal, his own magical signature.
Use them to enhance your life or other's, and study this revealing path
to the ancient esoteric secrets. Each angel is believed to dominate a
particular span of time along the zodiacal year.
Seraphiques : Angel's pictures, excellent to illustrate any kind of
document, from prayers to proverbs, invitations, etc. Keys A-Z contain
pictures from classical angel representations to lighter cupid
Talismans : Each angel is believed to govern a particular zodiacal sign.
Each has his own talisman, one can wear to protect from bad influences,
or enhance one's luck, health, and general well-being. Great to create
jewels and perform magical rituals.

Since 1987, Match Software has been creating great font products.

Our collection offers original fonts, not found in other collections nor
in regular commercial collections. Have a look at the following sample
catalog for an insight at their diversity.

Great FOREIGN FONTS too, if you need Russian, Hebrew, Ancient Greek,
Slovak, Armenian, Japanese, etc. These fonts would cost hundreds of
dollars in a regular store !

Many of these fonts are definitely not available elsewhere. In a boring
DTP world which used to be ruled by Times and Helvetica, make an
aesthetic statement. Get your point across with taste and originality.

These types are compatible with typesetting as well, and are successfully
used daily by the most prominent DTP specialists. Just hand them to your
competent typesetter along with your desktop publishing documents, and
you will get great films and printouts for your ads and all your graphic

Check them out at :
A special CATALOG.URL document is provided within this package. When
opened (or double-clicked) with Netscape or Microsoft Internet Explorer,
it takes you directly to that site.

See Order Form in the same package, to get today more great fonts to use
on your computer !


Match Software and Bujardet Freres for instance, are intellectual
property and copyright of Match Software. All others, trademarks and
brand names, or any intellectual assets mentioned in the present
documentation, are property of their respective legitimate holders.

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