by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2008/08/01 03:01 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2008/08/01/8797292.aspx
Within the last few weeks, Amy asked (via the Contact link):
i'm searching for a downloadable (preferred) hebrew font for an invitation and saw your website came up in my search: specifically the link to these fonts:
i'm very interested in getting a hold of the Guttman Yad font- can you tell me where i could locate it online?
Amy found the link to this image in You got your latins in my hebrew! No, you got your hebrew in my latins!.
To be honest, I (like I expect most people) have no real idea where they get most of the fonts on their machine from. I don't really tend to download fonts though, so almost all of them come from some random software product from Microsoft or some other company.
Maybe some random language version of Office? I really don't have any idea. :-(
I thought I'd put this question out there in case anyone wanted to suggest the best (legal) way to find the font in question and help Amy out....
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# Daniel Renshaw on 1 Aug 2008 10:05 AM:
According to this: http://www.ts-cyberia.net/fonts_h.html, Guttman Yad has been bundled with the Hebrew version of Office since the 2000 version and may be in the Office Proofing Tools.
# Si on 1 Aug 2008 10:54 AM:
The Guttman fonts come with the Hebrew version of Office. Mr Guttman passed away a few years back. I do not know who currently owns the rights to his fonts. You could try posting this question to typophile.com
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