Font style refers to the size, weight, color and style of typed characters within a document, in an email or on a webpage. In other words, the font style changes the appearance of a complete set of characters that make up a typeface or font. The font dictates point size...
Some of the most popular font styles include Circular, Franklin Gothic, Caslon, Gotham and Apercu, according to Typewolf. Official documents require simple fonts, while designers prefer more elaborate fonts for creating logos and letterhead.
Install new fonts on your Windows computer by dragging them into the Fonts system folder. You can access the Fonts folder quickly on any PC running Windows 2000 or later by using the command "%windir%fonts" in a Run window.
Font creation utilities take user designs and turn them into True Type Fonts that can be installed onto a computer. One such utility, FontStruct, is sponsored by digital type retailer FontShop and is available for free.
Book publishers choose from an assortment of fonts when printing a book. Some publishers create their own proprietary fonts, while others use licensed fonts. Some of the most popular fonts for books include Garamond and Janson.
To install a font, find a font file, download it, locate the file on your computer, open it, and click on the Install button. In Windows, you can also install a font from the Control Panel, or on a Mac you can install a font from the Font Book application.
Some interesting fonts, all available from Fontspace.com, are Crushed, Always Beside You, Without Notice, Rain Tax, ChopinScript and BrookeShappell8. Each of these fonts is designed in a different style and is used for a different purpose.