Four fonts of integers, numerators and denominators: normal, bold, italic, and bold italic, in two styles: serif and sans-serif, provide eight universal fraction generators.
A font with all the symbol signs used by the U.S. Department of Transportation, as provided for in the MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices). Drawn to meet the US DOT’s exact specifications for highway signs.
Standard textile care label symbols, including flexible choices of washing and drying temperatures, as well as ironing, bleaching and drycleaning symbols.
Updated May 2002 with current information provided by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission as part of Project Clean.
Monospaced Courier-style fonts in two weights and reverse, plus ASCII extended characters (line drawing components), to create PC-type screens for computer manuals.