Advanced Font Viewer features: Viewing fonts that are not installed, Installing fonts, Printing font samples, Printing samples of fonts that are not installed, Uninstalling fonts, Protecting Windows system fonts.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:10
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Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Fonts containing images are no longer a mystery for you. You can view any character in a font in the full-screen mode. You can find out what fonts contain the Unicode subrange you need. You can take a close look at all characters in a font without looking at empty items. You can select any character and insert it in your document. Who designed the font, which version is it, what is the URL of the author's site, how is the font distributed? You can learn this and a lot of other useful information about each font. Any folder with fonts that are not installed is no longer covered with a veil of mystery. You can view any fonts that are not installed. Displaying all characters in a font. Copying a character. Viewing information about a font. Viewing fonts that are not installed. Printed font samples can differ from what they look on the screen like, which will help you select fonts for printed matter. You can also carry these printouts with you without a computer and look through them anywhere you like, for example, when you are meeting a client. Print out samples of fonts that are not installed and always know what fonts you have in store. Printing font samples. Printing samples of fonts that are not installed. Uninstalling fonts. Protecting Windows system fonts. Free your computer from fonts that you do not use, uninstall them. You can uninstall fonts without having to worry that you may uninstall some fonts that come together with Windows. The program will not allow you to uninstall them. You can uninstall all fonts that do not come together with Windows in one click! You can back up the files of the selected fonts or send them by e-mail. The Doctor tab that will detect and fix any discrepancy between files in the Windows folder with system fonts and entries in the registry.
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