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looking for font

looking for font

looking for font

Is it possible to download and install a new font set? If so, I'm looking to get a close match to the following picture:

I've tried a few searches with no avail. Is there anyone who can help? Thanks a lot.

RE: looking for font

Yes. You'll have to find and download a ttf (True Type Font) font file, and then have Windows install it, as it is not a PSP thing. Once Windows installs the font, then  PSP can access and use it as you would any other font.  

The finding of that particular font is going to be hard. It looks like Greek or roman stone writing type thing. Like something you'd find on a Greek restaurant's sign outside. but not sure were to find it. try googling from Greek chiseled font, see if you get any hits.

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