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Donald Winiecki

ViewPlus has its fonts installer package at the following URL:

Note that ViewPlus now recommends using the Braille36 font instead of Braille29. Both of these font families are included in the download. Here is the information ViewPlus provides for this switch to Braille36:

  • ... Braille36 replaced Braille29 as default after finding better OS interoperability between Windows, Mac and Linux with new font.  Experience graphic designers can use the application they are most familiar with (e.g. Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw) and print directly.

TSVBI maintains a very thorough collection of braille fonts for downloading. You can get to it directly at the following URL: Braille and ASL Specialty Fonts | Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (

Hope this helps!