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Module Introduction

You can use the Modules font to make an infinite number of frames, interfaces, buttons, dividers, borders, flowcharts and diagrams.

To make a simple frame, start out with the corner areas. Many of the Modules fonts have corner pieces located in the uppercase letters:

Now try adding connecting lines between them. All the Module fonts come with a set of connecting lines, some are wavy, others are straight. Many of the connecting lines are located on the punctuation keys of the keyboard. Use the spacebar when you need an empty area, like the areas in the middle of the frames below:

Although many combinations are available in each font, You increase the possibilities immensely by using several fonts in one frame:

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