If you want to create your own font or maybe just a special character in windows vista/xp using a hidden Windows XP/Vista tool called the Private Character Editor.
Follow this procedure to create this
start–>run type eudcedit click OK.
When the Private Character Editor launches, you’ll see the Select Code dialog box Click OK.
A user interface that looks and works very much like Paint will appear. From this, you may use standard tools to create your characters.There is a toolbar on the left with some basic tools. Shown in the figure is the “pencil” used for freehand drawing.
In addition to the toolbar, there is a “Tools” menu.
Create your new character
When you finish your new character, select the Save Character command on the Edit menu.
Once you save your new character, you can access it using the Character Map tool.
Procedure to access your new character using the Character Map tool
start–>run type charmap click OK.
When the Character Map appears, select the Font drop-down list and select All Fonts (Private Characters).
Select your character, click the Select button, and then click the Copy button.
You can now paste your font character in any document that you want like official documents,presentations,email signatures
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