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Intro

The Kathy O'Neal Team

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you. So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

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So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

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So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.

So, start Glyphs, choose File > New, and save your working file to a location convenient to you with File > Save. Then, give your font a name by going to File > Font Info > Font. Fill in the Family Name, and if you want, the designer (the person who drew the icons) and his or her URL, the manufacturer (the person or company who produces the font) and his or her URL. Eventually, you can click on the Refresh button with the circled arrow to have Glyphs generate the Copyright notice for you.