Sideways font 
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 Sideways font
I've got a book database for teachers where there's a need to print part of
a report sideways (my district has a mix of FMP 3 and 4 so I just can't use
4's rotated field option).

A couple of years ago, I came across a free TrueType font called something
like "Tomato rolled left" and "Tomato rolled right". Does anybody have ANY
idea where this can be found on the web? Numerous searches on Google, Alta
Vista, etc, have turned up nothing. Thanks!

John



Sun, 02 Mar 2003 20:10:27 GMT
 Sideways font

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> I've got a book database for teachers where there's a need to print part of
> a report sideways (my district has a mix of FMP 3 and 4 so I just can't use
> 4's rotated field option).

> A couple of years ago, I came across a free TrueType font called something
> like "Tomato rolled left" and "Tomato rolled right". Does anybody have ANY
> idea where this can be found on the web? Numerous searches on Google, Alta
> Vista, etc, have turned up nothing. Thanks!

> John

It's not going to do you any good when you find it, since if you use it
and turn the page, the individual characters might indeed read
correctly, but the words will be running vertically.

This is so easy with v4 and v5, and so hard without them, it looks like
a clear case of upgrading to me.

Alternatively, can you just put the sideways part on its own page and
make that page print landscape or something? (blind guess, sorry if it
doesn't help)

Good luck either way,

PB



Sun, 02 Mar 2003 20:30:09 GMT
 
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