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type font

A set of print characters of a particular design (typeface), size (point size) and weight (light, medium, heavy). See font.
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We realize that changes in type font, color, and layout are not terribly important to you.
With all the images and the words 'Google' looks like are written in a lace type font.
A slight production quibble is with the difficulty in reading the cover type font and blurb on the back cover.
25") is elegantly designed: attractive type font, sepia-toned paper, a graceful balance of text and photos on each page, and headings and quotations styled to catch eye and interest.
The eight digit serial number in the upper anodised rectangle was created using a filled true type font at a text height value of 4.
The film, which stars Colin Firth as King George VI during the build up to the Second World War, uses a type font that was not designed until 20 years later, reports the Telegraph.
A type font one size larger would have been more easily read, especially against the cream-colored paper.
From the Baskerville type font to Tolkien, Birmingham has made a far greater contribution to the literary world than many give it credit for.
The bespoke software, which was developed at the firm's site on the Quayside, also ensures that the user''s type font and size is suited to their needs.
The biblical references appear in the same type font and size as the model = numbers on the company's Advanced Combat Optical Guides, called the ACOG.
The text is composed of standard type font and the recreation of a cursive penmanship that gives the reader the feeling of reading through someone's personal journal, one that is enhanced with the inclusion of some beautifully shot and full color photography.
THE funky type font on the sleeve doesn't stop this single from being undeniably bland.