A few useful additions to your font management utilities can be found
The font listing macro (LISTFONT) for MS Word produces a sorted list
of your fonts with multiple fonts to a page in the following format:
Other options are 'single line listings' or 'entire character set' for
each font. The output is fully configurable.
There's also another program (PFONT) that prints in the same format as
above but does not need MS Word. PFONT allows you to view each font
and select the ones you want printed with up to three lines of
customised text. It also lets you save lists of your favourite fonts.
FONTFILE lets you View and Print a sorted list of your font names and
filenames. Allows a compact printed list of all your TTF, ATM and
Screen fonts to be kept for reference. FONTFILE can be used to
automatically compare saved and dated lists of fonts with those
currently installed. Very useful to find fonts that have been added or
You will also find a LISTCLIP macro that produces a catalogue (set of
thumbnail pictures) of your graphics files.
Lots of other goodies there you may find useful.
>Adobe has a nice online type library with examples of all their fonts.
>Does anyone know if there is some printable font example chart
>I would like to create a "catalogue" so that I can get a better
>overview and easily compare different fonts (also when not sitting at
,-._|\ David Aylott (Author of PFONT and LISTFONT utilities)
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