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Ferrari Fonts?

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by Brian C. Stradale, Feb 19, 2004.

  1. Brian C. Stradale

    Brian C. Stradale F1 Rookie
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    Mar 17, 2002
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    I know there's the Ferro Rosso font out there for formatting text that looks like the Ferrari logo.

    Does somebody have a font that is the double-line script used to write "Challenge Stradale" logo on the cover of things and the back grill.

    Also, anybody have a font that matches the script Pininfarina on the sides of our cars?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Buttuz4eva

    Buttuz4eva F1 Rookie
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    Dec 14, 2003
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    i know fontfreak.com has rosso maby the others?
     
  3. Chiaro_Slag

    Chiaro_Slag F1 Veteran

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    hmm - I got the FerroRosso.ttf file - Now what do I do with it? Can I make it work in Word or Excel? Please help a noob out. Thanks! :)
     
  4. Bandit

    Bandit Formula Junior

    Dec 21, 2003
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    Mike B.
    This is from Windows 2000, but other versions should be similar

    Click on start --> settings --> control panel

    double click Fonts

    click on File --> Install New Font and browse to where you have the .ttf file saved. Select the font and click on OK

    You should then be able to select that font in your programs.
     
  5. MondialTCab

    MondialTCab Formula 3

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    If you are running Windows, install in your font directory (look under fonts in your control panel) and it will be available to your Windows apps.

    - JMG
     
  6. Chiaro_Slag

    Chiaro_Slag F1 Veteran

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    Got it all - Thanks - Good Stuff!

    After downloading any of these free TTF fonts to your computer you must install them in the "Font" file folder of your Windows file folder found under the C: drive in your Windows Explorer program. Your Windows file folder, found under the C: drive of your Windows Explorer program, is often listed as "WINDOWS" or "WINNT." Under your WINDOWS or WINNT file folder you will see a folder listed as "Fonts." Simply drag and drop any of the fonts you download to your computer into your "Fonts" file folder. You will then be able to use any of these free fonts within any program on your computer.
     

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