Set of four fonts (black-on-white and white-on-black), with three sets of numerals and letters, to create any channel number or cable TV identification. The fonts are constructed in connecting segments.
A package of three display fonts featuring numerals, a capital alphabet and decorative symbols, constrained within square borders. Light, normal and bold versions, in both positive and reverse format, are included.
Six segmented "make-your-own-key" fonts featuring international computer keyboard keys, including accented characters for most European languages. All symbols also in single key-shapes. Style matches the Command Key font.
The font package is designed to simulate an electronic news bulletin board and generates all the standard characters accessible from the computer keyboard, in a dot matrix format, in four styles: normal, italic, bold, and bold italic. The euro symbol is included in the font.
Two fonts simulating liquid crystal displays, consisting of 5x7 square dots on a 5x8 matrix. Dollar and euro symbols are both included. The characters appear without a grid background. A grid can be easily added to each character with the special matrix.
A monogram font of classic capitals with a thin shadow embossed look, to create elegant stationery. Includes six border styles for monograms, each accessed by a single keystroke, as well as decorative rule characters to generate business letterheads.
Two monospaced fonts including the IBM extended character set, drawn to look like screen display bitmaps, but in a high-resolution format. For computer manuals.
A four-font package featuring 266 shadow-boxed computer keyboard keys and symbols with Macintosh and PC labels, for use along with regular text in computer manuals and other instructional materials. See also CommandKey.
Four segmented "make-your-own-key" fonts featuring international computer keyboard keys with a shadow-box effect, including accented characters for most European languages. All symbols also in single key-shapes. Style matches the Shadowkey font.
This set of two pharmaceutical fonts includes apothecary measures symbols (minim, dram, scruple, etc.), roman numerals, plus a serif universal fraction generator.
A tool for cross-stitch creators. A highly readable backstitch alphabet font to be used in a word processor, especially useful for long, or centered text.
Two symbol fonts based on African art and hand-crafts, such as bronze reliefs, wood carvings, and textiles. Use singly, as rules, borders or overall patterns.
The five Highway Gothic fonts are designed specifically for use by barrier companies and state, county and city Departments of Transportation sign production shops to fabricate signs to meet the specifications of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Standard Alphabets for Highway Signs.