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32Tech Code 39 Barcode Font Pack lets you create, display, and print high quality code 39 barcodes in any program supporting TrueType fonts. In addition to the TrueType bar code fonts, the Code 39 font pack also includes Microsoft Office templates, sample...

If you haven't seen this font or something similar to it by now, you've no doubt been living in a cave for several decades. This is one of the variations of that ubiquitous screen font used in numerous console and arcade games of the '80s and still used,...

Morovia code39 fontware package consists of 10 true type fonts and a language tool kit. At any point size, there are 5 different barcode heights to choose from. At any height, the user has 2 options: either with human readable or without. The language...

Morovia Code128 Fontware allows you to print Code128 barcode symbols (including USS-128, UCC/EAN128, SSCC-18, USPS 128) from any computer systems. True type, Type 1 for Windows and Macintosh platforms are included in one package and HP PCL versions will...

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Covix MICR is an economical alternative to high-priced MICR fonts. Covix MICR is a TrueType font, which easily installs anywhere a TrueType font can be installed. This fully compliant MICR font has been used to process thousands of checks. Developers:...

The band's font was created for them as Fallen was in design. The font gives you a full alphabet plus the variant characters used on Evanescence's Fallen album (such as the encircled E and logo). This Series B font is harder to use. There are MANY copies...

Drawing inspiration from various Disney logos, signage, and hand-titled artwork, Waltograph is an original font that attempts to capture the spirit of the familiar Walt Disney logotype. Updates in version 4.2 include a new name, new license, some new...

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In almost every True Type symbol collection there are dozens of arrows and snowflakes. Why isn't there any symbol for an answering machine? Why can't you find a "corresponds to" sign in any math font? Do you really have to purchase a new office software...