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  2. Font - Wikipedia

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    In metal typesetting, a font is a particular size, weight and style of a typeface. Each font is a matched set of type, with a piece (a "sort") for each glyph. A typeface consists of various fonts that share an overall design. In the 21st century, with the advent of computer fonts, the terms "font" and "typeface" are often used interchangeably ...

  3. List of typefaces - Wikipedia

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    Aparajita (Angika, Bhojpuri, Bodo and other Indian languages) Arek (Armenian, Latin) Arial (Used in English, Arabic, Hebrew and other languages) [2] Avory (Cyrillic, Greek, Latin) Awami Nastaliq features a more extensive character set than most Nastaliq typefaces, supporting: Urdu, Balochi, Farsi ( Iranian Persian ), Khowar, Palula, Saraiki ...

  4. Typeface - Wikipedia

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    Serif fonts are probably the most used class in printed materials, including most books, newspapers and magazines. Serif fonts are often classified into three subcategories: Old Style, Transitional, and Didone (or Modern), representative examples of which are Garamond, Baskerville, and Bodoni respectively.

  5. Futura (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    Futura (typeface) Futura is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Paul Renner and released in 1927. [1] It was designed as a contribution on the New Frankfurt -project. It is based on geometric shapes, especially the circle, similar in spirit to the Bauhaus design style of the period.

  6. Sans-serif - Wikipedia

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    The style of design using asymmetric layouts, Helvetica and a grid layout extensively has been called the Swiss or International Typographic Style. Other names Three sans-serif "italics". News Gothic has an oblique. Gothic Italic no. 124, an 1890s grotesque, has a true italic resembling Didone serifs of the period.

  7. Arial - Wikipedia

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    Arial. Arial (also called Arial MT) is a sans-serif typeface and set of computer fonts in the neo-grotesque style. Fonts from the Arial family are included with all versions of Microsoft Windows after Windows 3.1, as well as in other Microsoft programs, [2] Apple's macOS, [3] and many PostScript 3 printers.

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