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Chapter 18. Working with Fonts > Understanding Fonts

Understanding Fonts

Windows 98 provides several fonts that enable you to vary the look of your onscreen and printed text. A font is a set of characters in a single style defined by size, weight, and other features. Fonts are often members of type faces (type families) that are variations on that same style, for example Arial, Arial Black, Arial Bold, Arial Bold Italic, and Arial Italic. The Arial font is shown in Figure 18.1.

Figure 18.1. The Windows 98 Arial font of the Arial type family.



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