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Private Character Editor In Xp

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Did you know that the Windows XP Home Edition contains a program called the Private Character Editor? Microsoft says that with this program it is possible to create up to 6,400 unique characters for use in your font library.

The Private Character Editor is not accessible from your Start Menu, which is why you might not have known that you had it; however, it can be started up through the "Run" option that is found in your Start Menu.

Click START / RUN

In the Run Window that appears, type in <eudcedit> (Without the brackets) / OK

The Private Character Editor's Window opens and you're ready to begin.

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Not exactly sure. I'm still reading the Help files, trying to figure it out.

I just read an article mentioning it, and I thought I would check it out, and pass it on. If anybody has any ideas, or tips for using it, I would appreciate any input.

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Coooll!! Thanks for the link, CurlingSteve.

The Help file was telling me how to use it, but not what to do with it. Now it makes sense.

Again, appreciate the link.

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yes me to

dam things you never stop learning.

i just learned how to use the wwindows key.

marty

ive only been on the board 20 mns and my head is really from all the info comming in.my favourites is bulging thanks guys shades of techtv.cfh

marty

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