1 Introduction


3 Torah

4 The Universe

5 Judaism 1

1, 2, 3, 4,5

Judaism 2

  6, 7, 8, 9, 10

7 Messages


Font Instructions


Please read the following instructions completely before clicking on the link below.  The dialogue window that opens when you click on the link depends on the browser and operating system you’re using.  In any case, it should ask you where you want to save the file (possibly first if you want to save or run the file -- choose “save”). Save the file to the C:\ directory of your hard drive or on the desktop.  That is, in the “save as” window you may then see, navigate to the C: drive or the desktop, then click the button labeled “Save” or “Continue” or “OK,” whichever is showing.  If the file Bwhebb.ttf gets downloaded automatically, you will find it on your desktop or in the folder where your downloads go.  You may have to search for the file Bwhebb.ttf on your C drive to find it.

Next, to install the font on your Windows system, click on the START button (lower left on the desktop) and select CONTROL PANEL. Double-click on FONTS to open the font directory window.  From the drop-down FILE menu of that window choose INSTALL NEW FONT.  In the window that opens, use the tree diagram to navigate to the directory (or desktop) where you saved the TrueType font file, then highlight the file name and click OK. The font will then be installed.

For Mac users, the process is a bit different.  Note that the Mac version of the font will not work in Mac OS X.  Instead, you should simply install the Windows fonts (into your Library/Fonts folder).  Mac OS X should be able to recognize the TrueType fonts without difficulty.

After you’re done, click on the link “Back” and check if you can see the Hebrew of Abraham’s name. 

Now to acquire the Bwhebb font, click here.