In a message dated 6/2/2004 1:50:40 PM Eastern Standard Time,
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I'm preparing instructional materials for inexperienced authors and
other client staff members, and I want to show them how to mark copy
and to read proofreader's marks. If I have a font, I can just put them
in as I need them in a layout application, rather than writing them by
hand, scanning the marks, placing them, etc.
Suggest you make an e-mail inquiry to Simon Ager at [log in to unmask]
This British gentlemen has assembled what is probably the world's most
extensive informational resource of foreign and other special-purpose
alphabets/fonts (or sources where they can be obtained); and he may have such a thing or be
able to direct you to where you can get one.