Type-1-font meaning

The most widely used type of PostScript font. In Windows, each font is composed of a .PFB and .PFM file, which are stored in the \PSFONTS and \PSFONTS\PFM folders. Sometimes, \PSFONTS is in the \WINDOWS folder (\WINDOWS\PSFONTS). Beginning with Windows 95/98, Adobe Type Manager lets you view the file names under the Properties of each font. For example, the following files make up the Garamond typeface. See PostScript fonts and PostScript.\psfonts\gdrg____.pfb normal \psfonts\gdi_____.pfb italic \psfonts\gdsb____.pfb bold \psfonts\gdsbi___.pfb bold italic \psfonts\pfm\gdrg____.pfm normal \psfonts\pfm\gdi_____.pfm italic \psfonts\pfm\gdsb____.pfm bold \psfonts\pfm\gdsbi___.pfm bold italic.
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