Private Charactor Editor

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    Yet another utility included with Windows XP that is hidden from GUI view...Private Character Editor. The description follows copyed from the help files:

    Using Private Character Editor (PCE), you can create up to 6,400 unique characters (such as special letters and logos) for use in your font library. PCE contains basic tools for creating and editing characters, along with more advanced options.

    The utility has an embedded help file, so you can go through it to figure out how to use it. To access the program, type "eudcedit" at the Run Prompt.;)
     
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    wow that is great really nice info brother really liked it
     
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    aku Gonna make it BiG

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    WoW.. gr8 find dude... but can evn provide a basic tuto.?
     
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    Nice work
    ...............a tutorial will be good for n00bs
     
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    gud yaar...keep posting gud things...
     
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    unh? a tut? for this damn-easy-to-use s/w? no n00b is so low to require a tut for this... :|
     
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