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Does anyone out there have the pdf file which identifies the corresponding keystrokes to the Adobe Ornamental Wood set. I had one years ago and the file demons have ravenously consumed it. Thanks! Joe...

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    Does anyone out there have the pdf file which identifies the corresponding keystrokes to the Adobe Ornamental Wood set. I had one years ago and the file demons have ravenously consumed it.
    Thanks!
    Joe
    Joe_Dempsey@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Adobe Wood Ornament Fonts

    Does anyone out there have the pdf file which identifies the corresponding keystrokes to the Adobe Ornamental Wood set. I had one years ago and the file demons have ravenously consumed it.
    Thanks!
    Joe
    Joe_Dempsey@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Joe:

    Seems to me you could type up a full set of keystrokes in a regular font, then copy and paste the line below itself, change the font to wood ornaments on the second line. you may have to fiddle with settings to get corresponding characters to line up, but then, hey, you can quickly make sets of various symbol fonts and their key strokes.

    Bert
    Bert Philippus Guest

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    Bert:
    That's the solution. Thanks, Joe
    Joe_Dempsey@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Use the glyph pallete.
    Jay
    Jay_Chevako@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Jay:
    That works, but did not give all 52 characters. What I did was set "a" twice in the default typeface. I left the first "a" as is and changed fonts to the ornamental font 1 for the second one, and copied and pasted until I had the entire alphabet, copied again and changed to all caps, copied again and changed the font to ornamental font 2 for the second ... and subseqently gave copes to my wife to laminate at ther office.
    Thanks!,
    Joe
    Joe_Dempsey@adobeforums.com Guest

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    That works, but did not give all 52 characters




    There is a drop down menu at the top of the Glyphs pallet that says "Show:". Ensure that it says Entire Font in the field.

    If it's already set that way then there is definitely something y.
    Gabriel_Ayala@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Gabriel ... Thanks!
    Joe
    Joe_Dempsey@adobeforums.com Guest

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