Yes, indeed. Have a look at my web page about French, German and Spanish cursive handwriting fonts at http://www.specialeducationalneeds.com/accents/schoolfont... My favourite French cursive fonts are Christian Verchery's Crayon and Plume families, as the name implies, one pencil-like and one penlike font. I've used Plumbal and CrayonL with Year 7 French students of French. They're freely downloadable from the web page. Don't bother with the font "French Script". It lacks the loops and joins of real French handwriting. Its characters also differ markedly from the handwriting styles I've seen in traditional French handwriting primers such as Lacroix's "Cahiers d'écriture" (Bordas). If you're interested in a research project I did some years ago on the readability of the French handwriting style for school foreign language learners, see: http://www.specialeducationalneeds.com/mfl/handwriting.pd... And if you still think French handwriting is easy to read, there's an episode in D. H. Lawrence's "Sons and Lovers" when the main character Paul Morel almost fails a job interview when he is asked to translate some French commercial correspondence and almost falls down on the task not because of his French but because of the ornate script. It's my belief that we need to present students with examples of French handwriting to familiarise them with the style. A computer font is an ideal way of giving them lots of input on this score and they can also learn a lot by playing with the font themselves. I've already wittered on too long for a Saturday morning and my coffee and muffin at Starbucks await me. However, I couldn't resist responding to a message allowing me to recall my classroom research. If anybody's interested in German, Austrian and Swiss cursive fonts, they are available as computer fonts, but they're not free. Some Spanish cursive fonts ate free, others aren't. The French "instituteurs" who crafted their primary school handwriting fonts have been generous as well as ingenious. Font design is a complex field calling for artistry and dexterity as well as technical knowledge.