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Test your font with Font Picker

12 September 2008No Comment

Font Picker is simple tool shows you all the fonts installed on your computer and helps you choose which one is most suitable for a particular document. The good thing about it is, works straight from browser and still displays all the fonts that are on your computer. Also you can remove the font’s that you don’t like just pressing ‘X’ next to them. You can install it on your computer, and for that you need Adobe Air to be installed on your computer.

How it works

1) Select the text in one of the boxes and type the text for your document.

2) Remove font’s that you don’t like by just pressing ‘X’ next to them. So it’s easy to work with your favorite fonts.

3) Start again with Reset.

I generally used aerial, times new roman, but now, I know there are almost 51 fonts available for me to work in word and how they look like in my documents, and this is pretty useful. What do you think about it, have your say.

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