If you look closely at the handwriting guidelines for the various states, you will notice that the shapes of some letters change depending on what letters are next to it. A normal font contains only one form of each letter. For the letters of a normal font to join then each letter must start and finish at the same relative position so that the end of one letter matches the start of the next. In Aussie School Fonts Deluxe, each fully cursive font contains a number of forms of each letter. The Helper Program determines which form of a letter to use depending on which letters are next to each other.