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  • Carlo
    Reply to Imported Spreadsheet rounding off numbers
    Carlo
    Place the excel File and make sure to check the option "show import options".

    In the menu that you get you can choose how many decimals you want to include.

    The feature...
    Today, 07:33 AM
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    Reply to Imported Spreadsheet rounding off numbers
    JB
    I just tried it. That the issue still remains. Any other ideas?
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    JB
    Thanks so much.
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    Thanks. All good points. I agree that I could take a good bit of the bottom two columns out.

    No need to apologize for any of that. Didn't think it was the least bit harsh.
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    Thanks for your comments. I really appreciate them.

    I had been thinking that it could use a good bit of editing.

    I can't stand over designed resumes. I guess what I'll have...
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  • Copyright for font

    not sure if this is an appropriate question but is it possible to copyright a font that you have invented?

    not do you go about it if it were possible?

  • #2
    Copyright exists from the moment of it coming into existence. If you developed it it's yours. You don't need to register for copyright to put a copyright symbol on it.

    You would need to come up with licensing and I don't know how that's done? <b> on here I think made a font before? Perhaps he'll chime in?

    "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott

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    • #3
      You can't copyright the alphabet.
      You can only copyright the specific code that makes up your font, for which you need to come up with usage licensing.
      You do need to register it before you ever need to go to court for infringement.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PrintDriver View Post
        You can't copyright the alphabet.
        I've had a patent pending for quite a while now...

        "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott

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        • #5
          as i know that you cannot copyright the design of the font, but you CAN copyright the PostScript program or TrueType data that draws it.

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