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binary code shapes font for Word, Indesign, Pages, CorelDRAW etc

Binary code computer code font shapes are all for use in Photoshop, Microsoft Word, Indesign, QuarkXpress, Apple Pages and many more. The binary code shapes are supplied in truetype TTF font format along with the same binary 01 01 01 code designs in EPS format.

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Load the binary code shapes via the typeface dropdown and use the eps files via the file open command and place command.

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The binary code fonts shapes are for use on the PC and MAC. You can use them once or multiple times, align them, overlap them, blend them and more. You can set them to any color. You can use the binary code font shapes to create amazing video effect artworks in Photoshop and Premiere and After Effects. You can use them as images. You can use the binary code / computer code shapes with effects and layer styles and adjustment layers.


They can be transformed and warped and distorted and rotated in 1000s of ways. They can be modified by brushes and patterns. You can also use them as a source for new brushes and patterns as well as frames and masks in Photoshop and psp and Affinity. The set includes all kinds of binary code shapes including outlines, random binary code shapes, thin designs, angled binary code shapes and others

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1. binary code brushes for Photoshop, pages, CorelDRAW, Microsoft Word


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Sources and references

1. Binary code on wikipedia


1. Free brushes for use in Krita, Photoshop etc

Binary code font set install

  1. Select the TTF binary code set

  2. Right click on the mac and open with font book

  3. Click the install font

  4. Binary code set will now be added to your font list

  5. Go to application

  6. Select type tool

  7. Select the binary code set from the list


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