Fonts for Handwriting Practice
Similar to some, but not quite like any standard school manuscript
Made by: rchrdd _-at-_hotmaildotcom
Distribution: Freeware, for noncommercial use
Penmanship Print can be downloaded from donnayoung.org at: Penmanship Print - zip
Suggested use for font: Make Handwriting Lessons
Other than fonts1 , you don't need anything specilized to make handwriting worksheets, you just need a word processor or a paint program. I like Microsoft Word, preferably an older version - 7 or 10. That said, there are free word processors out there and I've stopped recommending them as some of them now contain bloat-ware. If you try a free office suite, install carefully, make sure that it is not adding a plethora of junk software that you don't need. A Toolbar is an example of junk software; really - anything that is NOT the program is junk software.
A Sample Lesson using Microsoft Word
How it's done - Homemade Manuscript Handwriting Lessons using the penmanship font and Microsoft Word - This page explains how to use the font and
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