internal font


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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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A print speed up to 9000 addresses per hour -- A user-defined print quality of 200, 300, 450 or 600 dpi -- 12 internal fonts of various point sizes and styles -- The ability to print downloadable fonts -- Nine programmable job settings for frequently used jobs -- A memory buffer that reprints up to 20 addresses if an interruption occurs -- A small footprint at 17" L x 15" W -- An optional conveyor stacker that keeps the mail in presort order