|What is a Font?
|A font is all the letters, numbers, punctuation and other symbols which compose a typeface. Click here for a more complete description of the origin of fonts and typefaces.
|Why do some handwriting fonts look so small?
|Each handwriting font is unique, and will have its own optimum size (the size it is best used at). Click here for more info.
|How has handwriting changed over the centuries?
|See our history of handwriting discussion here.
|What are the differences between versions of vLetter handwriting fonts?
|There are three main generations of vLetter fonts. See more details here.
|Where is the vLetter End User License Agreement?
|See the EULA here.
|What are the minimum System Requirements to use SmartFonts?
|Your operating system and application (like MS Word) must be able to use OpenType Advanced Features. Click here for details.
|How do I make the SmartFont characters connect in Microsoft Word?
|If the characters in your SmartFont don't vary their shapes or connect, you need to enable ligatures in Font settings. Click here for a step-by-step description.
|How can I make my "handwritten" MS Word documents look more real?
|Use these tips and tricks to vary the appearance of your document.
|How do I get the tails at the end of words to appear when using SmartFonts in Adobe applications?
|Adobe applications do not use the standard Mac or Windows line layout routines, and the Adobe routines have a bug that doesn't display the end of word tails automatically. Press Option-T to manually add a tail at the end of a word.
|How did educational handwriting methods evolve?
|Educational Handwriting Methods including D'Nealian® and Zaner-Bloser® styles. Click here for for more information.
|How do I make a handwriting learning worksheet?
|Here are some basic guidelines for creating and using handwriting worksheets for children. Click here for step-by-step instructions.
|Other Educational Links
|Click here for other educational links.