All My Fonts

All My Fonts

Print a list of all your fonts on your computer
 
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Do you have hundreds of fonts on your computer? Ever tried to find that one particular font you needed but you don't remember the font name?
Instead of searching and scrolling through dozens or hundreds of fonts names, you can now view all of your fonts right on the screen.
All My Fonts will read all of the TrueType fonts that are currently installed in Windows and display them on your screen with a text sample. You can set an option to view the displayed fonts in normal, bold, italic, strike-thru, or underline. You can also set the displayed font size from 4 points to 144 points.
If you want a paper copy of the text samples of your fonts, it's as easy as clicking the Print button. If you don't like the text sample of A-Z, 0-9, you can type in your own text and display or print all of your fonts in your own text.
Does this sound too easy? It really is! Download a free trial of All My Fonts to find out for yourself.

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