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Desktop Fun: Handwriting Style Fonts Collection Series 1

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The regular fonts on your computer are perfect for your document and image work most of the time, but occasionally you need something unique with a bit of style instead. Handwriting styled fonts can add an elegant, casual, or fun touch to make those personal letters, cards, invitations, and image captions really stand out.

Note: To manage the fonts on your Windows 7, Vista, & XP systems see our article here.

Celine Dion Handwriting

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Cursive Handwriting Tryout

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Otto

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Miss Brooks

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Valerie

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BudHand

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Hannahs Messy Handwriting

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Tall Paul

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Victoria’s Secret

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Libby Script

*includes two font types

Note: The second font displays with an automatic double-spacing appearance.

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Saphire

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Tale Crafter

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Harrowprint

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Nymph’s Handwriting

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Fishalicious

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JI Starfish

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Serpentina

*includes two font types

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Alternika Millenium

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Maidstone

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Tattoo GirlFW

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For more great ways to customize your computer be certain to look through our Desktop Fun section.

Akemi Iwaya (Asian Angel) is our very own Firefox Fangirl who enjoys working with multiple browsers and loves 'old school' role-playing games. Visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 03/22/11

Comments (31)

  1. Hatryst

    Finally, an end to handwritten assignments :D

  2. Asian Angel

    @Hatryst – Yay! ~_^ Those pesky handwritten assignments do not stand a chance now ha ha! ^_^

  3. CeliaW

    Some of these look great – now I have to work out how to install them in Ubuntu!

  4. longtom

    Thank you for the collection!

    “Some of these look great – now I have to work out how to install them in Ubuntu!”

    Copy them into the following directory:

    /home/user/.fonts

    If you don’t have that directory, create it.

  5. Asian Angel

    @CeliaW – You are not the only one who is thinking of adding these to Ubuntu. ~_^

  6. Asian Angel

    @longtom – Thanks for the tip and helping CeliaW out! ^_^

  7. UUUnicorn

    Hmmm…. Any way to add them into Linux Mint 9 Xfce, please?

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! (*Bowing repeatedly*)

    –UUUnicorn, a Linux Mint 9 Xfce newbie

  8. Barkhat

    For Linux Mint, I believe you follow the same instructions as for Ubuntu.

  9. Ian Anderson

    Downloaded and installed fine, but I couldn’t get the quotation marks to display properly in the two I tried, just a square box appeared. Strange as the marks are included in the letter list……..

  10. LoverBoy

    Nice collection Angel.
    But you missed one , my favourate “Later On” font.
    If you want to add it in above package then here you will get it http://www.fontstock.net/2249/later-on.html

  11. Omar Hafiz

    These fonts combined with Speech Recognition, I can do assignments while watching CSI.

  12. Asian Angel

    @Ian Anderson – I had a problem with that on one of the fonts too (Cursive Handwriting Tryout). :( My work-around was to insert the punctuation, etc. using a different font. Not the most efficient method, but effective though. ^_^

  13. Asian Angel

    @LoverBoy – It was hard to narrow down to these 20 out of the 650+ fonts I looked through. >_> There will be a series 2 soon enough though. ~_^

  14. Asian Angel

    @Omar Hafiz – Oh my! ~_^

  15. herval

    Very helpful indeed.. thanks!

  16. LoverBoy

    @ Asian Angel- ok i understand its really tuff job to collect good needed thing , I appreciate your efforts. Thanks once again for your work :)

  17. Viren

    Is there a way where I can use my own handwriting to create a font ?

  18. Asian Angel

    @Viren – There is a way to do it at the website that I have listed below but it costs $9.95 (plus $5.00 if you upload both template pages), so this may not be something that appeals to you. :(

    YourFonts

    http://www.yourfonts.com/

  19. April Tiger

    Installed and working fine, but period(.), comma(,), exclamation(!), or question mark(?) works. It works only with alphabet and numbers. How can I insert these quotation marks?

  20. April Tiger

    Installed and working fine, but period(.), comma(,), exclamation(!), or question mark(?) doesn’t work. It works only with alphabet and numbers. How can I insert these quotation marks?

  21. Asian Angel

    @April Tiger – I ran into the problem with punctuation on one of the fonts too. :( My work-around was to insert the punctuation using a different font. Not the most efficient method, but it works though. ^_^

  22. John Bosco

    I’m crazy in collecting various fonts, now i got new members to this family. Thanks a lot..

  23. heyric

    I dont find the link for the font displayed on the very first image of your article.

  24. heyric

    I found it!

  25. Bert

    Hi,
    Excellent set of fonts.
    Do you have, or know of a list of fonts specifically geared toward readability? For an intermediate computer user class I present at a senior center. Thanx.

  26. Viren

    Thanks Asian Angel

  27. Asian Angel

    @UUUnicorn – Check your inbox. ^_^ I sent out an e-mail with an answer and a backup method to you. ^_^

  28. Asian Angel

    @Bert – The best suggestion I have is to look through the categories using the link below. Looking through those will help you find just the style of fonts that you feel will work best for your class. In fact you will most likely find a LOT of fonts to tempt you there. ~_^ It is hard to just stop with a few once you get to looking around there! ^_^

    Categories (Ace Fonts):

    http://www.acefreefonts.com/categories.html

  29. Asian Angel

    @Viren – You are very welcome. ^_^

  30. rroberto

    The font iI like best is the one in your headline. It doesn’t look like any of the choices beneath. Is it available? From what link, please?

  31. Asian Angel

    @rroberto – Actually the one in the header screenshot is the Libby Script font shown above. ^_^

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