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internal font

[in′tərn·əl ′fänt]
(graphic arts)
A typeface or set of typefaces that is stored in the permanent memory of a printer. Also known as built-in font.

internal font

A set of characters for a particular typeface that is built into a printer. Contrast with font cartridge and soft font.
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These include: the new Pass-Through Mode, which allows use of a PC printer's standard DOS/Windows driver when the Mac is in DOS/Windows mode; background printing so users can continue being productive while they print; PowerPC native code for accelerated performance on Power Macintosh computers; reduction/enlargement and other image control options for maximum versatility; and support for printer features such as color, internal fonts, duplex printing, multiple paper trays, custom paper sizes, etc.