It seems like handwritten letters are getting to be less common these days. It's just too easy to email, send an instant message or a text message. Sending a letter you typed on your computer can seem impersonal, right? Well, a new website offers you the chance to use you computer to type in your own handwriting. So next time you use Microsoft Word or another word processing program you can choose your handwriting as a "font".
All you have to do is go to www.fontifier.com and follow the steps. You'll get their template, fill it out with your handwriting, and then scan it into your computer. You send them an image of your handwriting via email and you get back a personalized font in your handwriting. Just install the font into your word processing program and off you go. And the best part is, it's free. So now you can send letters that look handwritten, but you won't have to use White-Out or get a hand cramp.