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printing font samples

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BethAnn

#1
I would like to print the font name and a sample of all the fonts on my
computer. Is there an easier way to do other than typing each font and then
changing it to match on a sheet of paper?
 

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S

Synapse Syndrome

#2
"BethAnn" <BethAnn@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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>I would like to print the font name and a sample of all the fonts on my
> computer. Is there an easier way to do other than typing each font and
> then
> changing it to match on a sheet of paper?
I make large architectural presentation panels (I did more so as a student)
and have been using Extensis Suitcase for a number of years. It's great for
managing up to thousands of fonts.

I just looked for a free alternative, and have found this:

http://www.ampsoft.net/utilities/FontViewer.php

It looks like it can do pretty much the same thing, although I have never
used it.

You should be able to print out test pages of all your fonts using this.

ss.
 

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J

JohnDavid

#3
Control Panel > Fonts > (select 1 or all) > right click > print.
For each font, you will get a nicely labeled sheet (font name, etc) and a
sample of the font at several sizes.

"BethAnn" wrote:

> I would like to print the font name and a sample of all the fonts on my
> computer. Is there an easier way to do other than typing each font and then
> changing it to match on a sheet of paper?
 

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#4
Printing Font Samples
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"BethAnn" <BethAnn@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:40986A4A-77E5-48B4-B717-BCD8728DA038@xxxxxx

>I would like to print the font name and a sample of all the fonts on my
> computer. Is there an easier way to do other than typing each font and
> then
> changing it to match on a sheet of paper?
 

My Computer

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