font tools

FontSelector – added 6/2/2005

FontSelector is a simple font viewer for the 32-bit Windows Family (Windows 95, 98, NT4 and NT5). It gives you a quick and easy way to browse and print all your installed fonts.

PI-Font – added 6/2/2005

PI-Font was designed to enable you to print a concise report of every font installed on your PC along with a sample alphabet in upper and lower case to give you an indication of what it looks like, or a verbose report which again shows you a sample upper and lower case alphabet along with a body of “lorem ipsum” text to give you a better idea what it would look like in a document.

Protaxis BestFonts – added 6/2/2005

Protaxis BestFonts is an small utility that help you to preview installed fonts, organize fonts in font groups, send font files on e-mail, pack fonts in zip archive. Unique feature of this software is font actions. You just select fonts from installed fonts list, and then you can mail or save font files with just one click. You don’t need to manually search for fonts. With a built-in zip archive support, you can zip font files.

AMP Font Viewer – added 6/2/2005

AMP Font Viewer is an easy to use but powerful font manager, designed to obtain a quick view of all installed and not installed fonts in the system, and organize them easily in categories.

FontPage – added 6/2/2005

FontPage: font viewer and font examiner. FontPage lets you examine and compare all of the fonts on your system. You can view any typeface in bold, italic, underline and also 3D. In addition, you can also compare two selected fonts and preview fonts that are not yet installed on your system. FontPage can also print a sample page for selected fonts or print a list of all installed fonts.

FontRenamer – added 6/2/2005

FontRenamer renames truetype font files (*.ttf) to the real name of the typefaces. Simply select a folder of font files and click Rename button.

Font View – added 3/27/2005

Font View utility we’ve written for viewing and testing your installed fonts. Using the tester window you can experiment with the size, colour and style of a phrase to help you choose which font to use.

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