Don't let the lack of fonts installed on your iPad slow you down. You can install any of your fonts on your device thanks to a delightful app called AnyFonts.
Want to use your iPad when you present, but hate the limitations on fonts in Keynote? Here’s one solution.
Leading, a term that goes back to the days of typesetting, is the space between one line of type and the next. Originally a strip of lead was placed between each line of set type to provide that spacing. These strips varied in width to compensate for the different type sizes. Today, we use the… Continue reading e-Style: Linespacing
Want to use your iPad when you present, but hate the limitations on fonts in Keynote? Here's one solution.
Your iPad comes with a standard set of fonts which are very nice but . . . If you want to have additional fonts available for use in presentations or other storytelling projects, you can do this with the AnyFonts app [iOS - $1.99] and an easily accessible cloud storage service (I use Dropbox). AnyFonts… Continue reading Managing Fonts on Your iPad
One of the most irritating things about presentation software (Keynote and PowerPoint both) is that trying to move a presentation to a different computer can be a nightmare - especially with fonts. If those fonts don't reside on the new system, your software will select what it thinks are appropriate replacements from the fonts installed… Continue reading Have Your Fonts and Present Them Too
We’ve come a long way from Pica and Elite. Today there’s an almost unlimited number of font styles and sizes to use in your writing projects and tons of ways to use them. Fonts are addictive with many of us constantly adding to our collections. For scrapbookers, fonts add to the design of a well-crafted page. For self-publishers, they impact both the design and the readability of your document. This guide takes a look at the principles of typography and discusses the issues that will affect your family history project. Learn how to make your publication easier to read and to use type to pull the reader’s eye to the things you want to emphasize.