Adobe Font Folio™ OpenType® edition (EN) MLP, TLP Commercial 1-1499 54013844TR Data Sheet

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         Font Folio 
The complete, cross-platform type solution    
for creative professionals
Welcome to the typeface solution for professional 
graphic designers, Web and video content 
creators, and business publishers. The OpenType 
edition of Adobe Font Folio software contains 
more than 2,200 high-quality typefaces from the 
Adobe Type Library in OpenType format, a true 
cross-platform font format that offers enhanced 
linguistic support and advanced typographic 
capabilities. Now, the right font is at your finger-
tips for print, the Web, digital video, and Adobe 
Portable Document Format (PDF) files. 
Build on excellence
The more than 2,200 typefaces in the OpenType 
edition of Adobe Font Folio come from world-
renowned foundries, including Adobe, Agfa 
Monotype, ITC, and Linotype; cutting-edge 
firms such as LetterPerfect and MVB Fonts; and 
talented individual designers such as Timothy 
Donaldson and Jill Bell. The package also includes 
award-winning Adobe Originals typefaces—one-
of-a-kind designs and classic revivals created by 
Adobe’s own expert type designers. And you can 
explore special Opticals packages that provide 
specific designs for typesetting captions, text, 
subheads, and display headlines.Plus, every alpha-
numeric OpenType font from Adobe includes a 
design-sensitive euro currency symbol. Whether 
you’re looking for a workhorse text face or an in-
novative display script, Font Folio has a typeface to 
suit your message.
Create in any media
Regardless of what medium they’re used in, 
Adobe typefaces are the benchmark for quality. 
You can print confidently, knowing that Adobe 
fonts offer reliable quality whether output to 
inkjet printers, laser printers, imagesetters, or 
platesetters. For a powerful Web presence, you 
can create custom GIFs, type animations, and dy-
namic HTML pages. You can also prepare classic 
or cutting-edge title effects for all of your digital 
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