Fonts tab

Use this tab to control the font mapping of input fonts to output fonts. The defaults are typically correct, but may need to be adjusted for special cases. You can add or modify fonts directly in the grid. You can access this tab when you create or modify a transform package on the Configure Transform dialog box.

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Fonts grid

Displays the fonts for each data type. The defaults are typically correct and do not need to be modified. If necessary, you can add fonts by clicking on the top row of the grid or modify the listed fonts by clicking directly in the grid.

Used by — Specifies the data type.

Family column — Specifies the font family.

Serif Style column — Specifies the serif style, either serif or sans serif. Serif fonts have small lines at the ends on some characters. Sans serif fonts do not have the lines at the ends of characters.

Spacing column — Specifies the spacing, either proportional or monospaced. A proportional typeface contains characters of varying widths, while a monospaced (fixed-width) typeface uses a single standard width for all characters.

Ref Type column — Specifies a reference type of TrueType or Type1.

Type Face column — Specifies the number that corresponds to the typeface for the font family (for example, Arial is 16602 and Courier is 4099).

Font Face column — Specifies the font face details. Click the browse button (...) to open the Font Face Configuration dialog box.