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A set of type characters that are darker and heavier than normal. A bold font implies that each character was originally designed with a heavier appearance rather than created on the fly from a normal character. See boldface attribute.


The Four Typefaces
Many fonts come in normal, bold, italic and bold italic variations.
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Continents are identified in the largest bold font.
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My transaction was completed but after receiving my receipt I was horrified to see my balance flash up on the screen in a huge, bold font for anyone behind me to see
An alternative solution was proposed by the designer of Gill Sans Ultra Bold font where the bar is positioned on top of the ascender.
The changes to these tables are shown in bold font.
We also asked students about their perceptions of the use of bold font to highlight key terms or vocabulary in questions and reading passages.
The most popular document online has a Gill Sans Extra Bold font - which did not exist until 1931.