If you typed Braille with Perky Duck, you can copy and paste it into a Word Editor, like Microsoft Word. Then you just change the font to be this font, Unicode Braille Font. 16 pt font size is recommended.
You can also take text, copy and paste it into an online braille translator, and take that brailled text, and use that text in Microsoft Word. Then change the font type.
You might need to adjust height spacing if it's too cramped. In Microsoft Office, you can right click, and go to Paragraph, and change the Line spacing to 2. That would make it easier to read.
You may adjust margins to give more space as well.
If you're producing print-braille materials, then you can use this braille font alongside a print font, add outlines of pictures, diagrams, and etc., to your documents.
Then documents can be printed on swell paper to form tactile graphics.
[This is a fictional font for a fictional language that I created. You may use the font as you please, but don't change it or use it for commercial purposes. If I find out that this font was used for commercial purposes without my knowledge or was changed in any sort of way, I will take legal action.]
The Plaenee (English: pl-uh-ni, Plaenee Pronounciation: Pl-ei-ni) was a language created in 2003 by a French immigrant who felt the area she moved to (Pine Plains) need more culture. To boost the culture, she offered a language that would end up being spoken by about 2,500 people. The language was spread as far as Poughkeepsie, New York. Due to the decreasing population of Pine Plains, the language is surviving by a tiny thread and a small margin of hope.
[Creator of this font: Theodore Eagleson Secor
Standard Galactic Alphabet plus 14th century french numerical notation scheme inspired numbers by http://www.twitter.com/Nomaxice
Simple mostly 4x5 pixel font created from scratch for use in my Dot Matrix Circuit, a Pebble watch watchface posted here
I may tweak/add onto this if needed for personal reference.
Any suggestions, comments?