Wolfram Language & System 10.3 (2015)|Legacy Documentation

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FontFamily

FontFamily
is an option for Style and Cell that specifies the font family in which text should be rendered.

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  • Possible settings for FontFamily are given in the list $FontFamilies.
  • A common default is FontFamily->"Courier". Other common choices are and .
  • The Wolfram Language will combine settings for FontFamily, FontWeight, FontSlant, FontTracking, and sometimes FontSize to construct a complete name for the font you want. It will then use this name, together with any settings you have specified for and , to try to locate an appropriate font on your particular computer system.
  • When generating PostScript output on a printer or otherwise, settings you give for are typically used in preference to other font specifications.
  • The Wolfram Language will try making replacements for the font family name that you specify with the option FontSubstitutions.
  • The Wolfram Language by default uses heuristics such as translating to for appropriate computer systems.

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Introduced in 1996
(3.0)