InfoPrint Font Collection

1 XInfoPrint Font Collection

The InfoPrint Font Collection includes AFP Outline Fonts, AFP Classic Fonts, AFP Asian Classic Fonts, and Worldtype Fonts.

You can search for font information by browsing the documentation or by viewing all AFP™ code pages.

1.1 XFont Summary

1.1.1 XIntroduction

1.1.1.1 XImportant

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable laws, in no event will the manufacturer be liable for any damages whatsoever arising out of failures of this product, losses of documents or data, or the use or non-use of this product and operation manuals provided with it.

Make sure that you always copy or have backups of important documents or data. Documents or data might be erased due to your operational errors or malfunctions of the software. Also, you are responsible for taking protective measures against computer viruses, worms, and other harmful software.

In no event will the manufacturer be responsible for any documents created by you using this product or any results from the data executed by you.

1.1.1.2 XCautions regarding this guide

  • Some illustrations or explanations in this guide could differ from your product due to improvement or change in the product.
  • The contents of this document are subject to change without notice.
  • No part of this document may be duplicated, replicated, reproduced in any form, modified, or quoted without prior consent of the supplier.

1.1.1.3 XPublications for this product

Instruction manuals

This instruction manuals is included:

  • Font Summary in PDF format

    This guide explains font concepts and the different types of fonts in the InfoPrint Font Collection. The Font Summary is available only in English.

You can download English publications in PDF format from the Ricoh Production Print Information Center (http://info.rpp.ricoh-usa.com/help/index.jsp).

1.1.1.4 XHow to read the documentation

1.1.1.4.1 XBefore using InfoPrint Font Collection

This manual contains instructions and cautions for correct use of InfoPrint Font Collection. Before using InfoPrint Font Collection, read this manual thoroughly and completely. Keep this manual handy for future reference.

1.1.1.5 XRelated publications

For more information about character sets, code pages, coded fonts, OpenType and TrueType fonts, see these publications:

  • Using OpenType Fonts in an AFP System, G544-5876, which explains how to install and reference TrueType and OpenType fonts in Microsoft Unicode format on systems that use the Advanced Function Presentation™ Architecture to print or display data.
  • IBM AFP Fonts: Technical Reference for Code Pages, S544-3802, which provides in-depth Expanded Core font information including character set attributes, tables that show all AFP characters and the language complements that contain them.
  • IBM Data Stream and Object Architectures: Font Object Content Architecture (FOCA) Reference, S544-3285, which contains the architecture definition and describes the functions and elements that make up the Font Object Content Architecture (FOCA).
  • IBM Infoprint Fonts: Japanese Font Library Technical Reference, S544-5849 , which provides technical details for the Japanese character sets and code pages.
  • IBM Infoprint Fonts: Korean Font Library Technical Reference, S544-5850 , which provides technical details for the Korean character sets and code pages.
  • IBM Infoprint Fonts: Simplified Chinese Font Library Technical Reference, S544-5851 , which provides technical details for the Simplified Chinese character sets and code pages.
  • IBM Infoprint Fonts: Traditional Chinese Font Library Technical Reference, S544-5852 , which provides technical details for the Traditional Chinese character sets and code pages.

For more information about fonts, visit the Ricoh® Production Print Information Center:

http://info.rpp.ricoh-usa.com/help/index.jsp

1.1.1.6 XSymbols

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1.1.1.7 XAbbreviations

AFP
Advanced Function Presentation
BMP
Basic Multilingual Plane
CJK
Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
CPGID
Code page global identifier
CPI
Characters per inch
DBCS
Double byte character set
ECPs
Extended Code Pages
FGID
Font typeface global identifier
FOCA
Font Object Content Architecture
GCSGID
Graphic character set global identifier
GUM
Global identifier to Unicode mapping
HxV
Height by vertical
HK
Traditional Chinese Hong Kong
IB
Italic Bold
IN
Indic
IM
Italic Medium
ISO
International Organization for Standardization
J
Japanese
K
Korean
MP
Mixed pitch
OCR
Optical Character Recognition
OCR-A
Optical Character Recognition-A
OCR-B
Optical Character Recognition-B
pel
picture element
PSF
Print Services Facility
RAT
Resource Access Table
RB
Roman Bold
RC
Roman Condensed
RL
Roman Light
RM
Roman Medium
RSL
Roman Semi-Light
SBCS
Single-byte character set
SC
Simplified Chinese
SEA
Southeast Asian
S/W
Style and weight
TTC
TrueType Collection
TW
Traditional Chinese Taiwan
HKSCS
Traditional Chinese Hong Kong Supplemental Character Set
WGL
Windows Glyph List

1.1.1.8 XTrademarks

These terms are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both:

  • AIX
  • APL2
  • AS/400
  • BookMaster
  • IBM
  • IBM i
  • MVS
  • OS/2
  • Print Services Facility
  • z/OS

Adobe, the Adobe logo, PostScript, and the PostScript logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.

Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries, or both.

Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the Windows logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both.

Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

1.1.1.8.1 XFont trademarks

Trademark Company
Boutros Typing ™ Applied Arabic Limited
Courier ™ The Monotype Corporation
Helvetica ™ Linotype Library GmbH
IBM® International Business Machines Corporation
InfoPrint® Ricoh Co. Ltd
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa ™ International Typeface Corporation
ITC Boutros Settings ™ International Typeface Corporation
Monotype ™ The Monotype Corporation
Shalom ™ International Business Machines Corporation
Times New Roman® The Monotype Corporation
WorldType® The Monotype Corporation
WT ™ The Monotype Corporation

1.1.2 XOverview

The InfoPrint Font Collection, Version 3.5.0, contains these fonts:

AFP Outline Fonts, LCD4-5683
AFP Classic Fonts, LCD2–20029
AFP Asian Classic Fonts, LCD2–20055
WorldType Fonts, LCD4-5684
Note: The code pages for the AFP Outline Fonts, the AFP Classic Fonts, the AFP Asian Classic Fonts, and the WorldType Fonts are included on the media.
AFP Raster Fonts, LCD4-5700
Extended Code Pages (ECPs)
ECPs are provided with InfoPrint Solutions products, and they are also provided as downloadable zip files. To download the zip files:
  1. Access the Rioch Production Print Company Web site at http://rpp.ricoh-usa.com/.
  2. Click SUPPORT.
  3. Click Support, and then click Software.
  4. Click Downloads and Drivers, and from the pulldown, select AFP Outline Fonts, and the Extended Code Pages (ECPs) zip files download page displays.
    Note:
  1. The AFP Outline Fonts and WorldType Fonts replace Infoprint™ Fonts on AIX, Linux, and Windows.
  2. You can use the Ricoh AFP Resource Installer with these fonts. AFP Resource Installer has consolidated interfaces for the installation and management of AFP color management, font object resources, image object resources, and code pages. You can find the Ricoh AFP Resource Installer here: https://www.ricoh-usa.com/en/products/pd/software/commercial-industrial-printing-software/color-management/ricoh-afp-resource-installer/_/R-5639-EE2-0001

1.1.2.1 XHighlights

The Infoprint™ Font Collection includes fonts that:

  • Control the appearance of business communications
  • Enhance the readability of business documents to increase impact and accessibility
  • Draw attention to specific items, create emphasis, and improve responsiveness to business communications
  • Apply industry-standard TrueType/OpenType font technology to support Unicode data for globalization of applications with a single font
  • Improve print quality on high-resolution printers by using AFP or TrueType/OpenType outline fonts instead of raster fonts
Note: Each version of the WorldType fonts comes with a prebuilt Resource Access Table (RAT) that can be used for AFP printing. A detailed description of the WorldType fonts naming conventions is listed later in this document in Naming conventions for the WorldType Fonts.
IBM Extended Code Pages (ECPs)

ECPs are provided as downloadable zip files. To download the zip files, access the IBM® web site at: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=psd1P4000878

1.1.3 XFont concepts

A font is a collection of graphic characters sharing type family, style, and weight. You can use a font for an entire data set or file, for an entire page, or for selected lines or fields of data on a page. Page printers can print fonts with various point sizes, styles, weights, and widths on a single line or on various lines on a page. Multiple fonts can be printed on a page. Before each page is printed, the fonts required for the page are sent to the printer (downloaded) if the printer does not already have them in its storage. The printer storage required for a font depends on the point size (for raster fonts), number of characters in the font, and whether the font is double-byte or single-byte.

To understand fonts, you should be familiar with basic font concepts, including font terminology, how font characters are represented, the characteristics of font spacing, and point and pitch sizes.

1.1.3.1 XFont terminology

Fonts are defined with this font terminology:

Type family
A type family is a group of typefaces that share basic design characteristics and encompass many size and style variations. Examples of type families include:
  • Courier
  • Helvetica
  • Times New Roman
Typeface
A typeface is a collection of characters having the same style, weight, and width. Examples of these attributes are shown in Font terminology.
  • Style is the inclination of a letter around a vertical axis; for example, roman (upright) or italic (slanted).
  • Weight is the degree of boldness of a typeface; for example, medium or bold.
  • Width is the horizontal variation in a character design; for example, normal or condensed.
Type font, type size, and complement
A type font, or font, is a collection of characters sharing type family, typeface, and type size. Collections of characters for expanded core fonts are referred to as complements.
Note: In Type Transformer, complements are called character lists.

The next figure shows the basic components of a Helvetica type family, including typeface, style, weight, width, complement, type font, and type size.

Helvetica type family
This picture shows the hierarchy for the Helvetica type family.

1.1.3.2 XRepresentation of characters

An important concept to understand is how fonts are represented. For the fonts printed by page printers using AFP licensed programs, characters are represented by data describing each dot to be printed (raster fonts) or by mathematical formulas (outline fonts).

Raster fonts
A raster font is created by a sequence of dots, called picture elements (pels), that form a character called a raster pattern. The number of dots per inch that a printer generates is called the print resolution, or density. A resolution of 240 pels means that a printer prints 240 pels per inch both vertically and horizontally, or 57,600 pels per square inch (240 × 240).

The next figure shows two images of different print resolutions. The image with many small dots has more pels per inch and greater print resolution than the image with fewer large dots.

Print resolution examples
This picture shows print resolution examples.

The type of printer determines the printed pel density. Because raster fonts can have 240-pel or 300-pel formats, different fonts are available for printers with different resolutions (for example, 240-pel and 300-pel printers).

Outline fonts
Characters in outline fonts are described by mathematical formulas rather than by pels. These formulas are used by rasterizing software to create bitmap characters based on two variables: resolution and point size. This means that a single outline font can offer many print resolutions and point sizes. Hints are also contained in the outline fonts to make sure that typographic characteristics of the typeface are maintained in a consistent manner throughout all printed characters. Some of these characteristics include horizontal and vertical stroke widths, serifs, and curve radii.

TrueType and OpenType fonts are outline fonts that consist of tables for identifying the formatting information used to support Unicode encoding.

Rotation of characters
The ability to print in different directions and with different character rotations is also determined by the type of printer. Print direction shows the direction in which characters are added to a line of text. Character rotation is the clockwise rotation of a character with respect to the character baseline. The character baseline is a reference on which characters are aligned as they are added to the page in the print direction. The character baseline is always parallel to the print direction.

The next table shows how print direction and character rotation can be combined to print in many orientations.

Print direction and character rotation combinations for print orientations
This picture shows the print direction and character rotation combinations or print orientations.

1.1.3.3 XFont spacing characteristics

Fonts can be classified according to their spacing characteristics and by their format.

Uniformly spaced fonts
Uniformly spaced fonts, or monospaced fonts, are similar to typewriter fonts, for which each character increment is the same width. Thus, the lowercase i and the . (period) each occupy as much space as the uppercase M. Examples of uniformly spaced fonts include Courier and Letter Gothic.
i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.
Note: A character increment is the distance that the current print position is increased for the particular character printed.
Duospace fonts
Duospace fonts are similar to uniformly spaced fonts or monospaced fonts. Duospace fonts can be two character widths instead of a single character width. Ideographic characters are designed on full-width increments while other characters can be designed for half-width increments. This concept allows the half-width and full-width characters in the box size examples in Box size examples to be implemented in a single font.
Note: As more language support is implemented in duospace fonts, more character widths can be used. However, the characters widths are always a multiple of the half-width character increment. This function allows a monospaced appearance of the data using this font spacing.
Typographic fonts
Typographic fonts are proportionally spaced fonts. The character increment is part of the design and varies on a character-by-character basis. Thus, the lowercase i and the . occupy narrow spaces. The uppercase M occupies a wide space. Examples of typographic fonts include Helvetica and Times New Roman.
i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.i.M.
Pitch
Uniformly spaced fonts are often described or referred to in pitch, or the number of characters printed in one horizontal inch (Figure 4.). Pitch is also referred to as characters per inch (CPI).
Type size in pitch
This picture shows type size in pitch. In the example, 10-pitch is equal to one inch.
Points
All fonts are measured in points, the vertical size of the font. One inch is equal to approximately 72 points. Point size is a baseline-to-baseline measurement, which includes minimal white space. The baseline is the line upon which the characters rest. Thus, the actual height of the characters in an 18-point font is fewer than 18 points (Figure 5). The line spacing usually includes one or more extra points of white space between lines of type.
Type size in points
This picture shows type size in points. In the example, 18-point type is equal to 1/4 inch.
Box size
Double byte character set (DBCS) raster fonts were formerly measured in box size, the number of pels in the character box. Box size can be either a horizontal or a vertical measurement. Usually both dimensions are given, with the box width first. If only one dimension is given, it is the box height. In full-width fonts, the box width is usually equal to the box height. In half-width fonts, the box width is one-half the box height.

1.1.3.4 XPoint and pitch sizes

Uniformly spaced single-byte character set (SBCS) fonts are measured horizontally in pitch and specified as points in the coded font or character set name. Proportionally spaced and mixed-pitch fonts are measured vertically in points. Although the DBCS fonts are uniformly spaced, they are measured vertically in points.

This section shows examples of various point and pitch sizes.

1.1.3.4.1 XPoint examples

Point size is a vertical measurement.

Point size examples
This picture shows point size examples ranging from 6 points to 36 points.

1.1.3.4.2 XPitch examples

Pitch size is a horizontal measurement.

Pitch size examples
This picture shows pitch size examples for 10 pitch, 12 pitch, 13.3 pitch, 15 pitch, 20 pitch, and 27 pitch.

1.1.3.4.3 XBox size examples

Box size is a 240-pel measurement.

Box size examples
This picture shows box size examples for full-width and half-width characters in box heights of 48, 50, 32, and 24.

1.1.4 XAFP Fonts

To understand fonts in the InfoPrint Font collection, you should be familiar with AFP fonts. AFP Fonts are Font Object Content Architecture (FOCA) raster and outline fonts, which are single-byte or double-byte, or WorldType fonts, which are TrueType and OpenType outline fonts. For more information about FOCA structures, see Font Object Content Architecture Reference, S544-3285.

This section describes AFP font structures, AFP font naming conventions, and formats of AFP character sets.

1.1.4.1 XAFP font structure

The font structure of FOCA outline and raster fonts is made up of these font components (see Figure 9):

Coded font
A coded font consists of a character set and a code page.
Character set
A character set specifies characters, character properties, and printing attributes.
Code page
A code page defines character IDs and code points.
Font components
This picture shows the three font components: coded font, character set, and code page. A coded font consists of a character set and a code page. A character set has characters, character properties, and printing attributes. A code page has character IDs and code points.

WorldType outline fonts are organized by subsets and grouped by character blocks as defined by Microsoft Unicode format. Instead of using a character set, WorldType fonts map a code page to a Unicode point or use an extended code page that contains the Unicode point.

1.1.4.1.1 XCoded font

In FOCA font structure, a coded font pairs a specific code page with a specific character set and translates your request for type (for example, text you previously entered at a computer terminal) into characters for printing. A character must be included in the specified character set and listed on the specified code page before it can be printed.

1.1.4.1.2 XCharacter set

In FOCA font structure, a character set corresponds to the definition of a font; it contains the characters of a single type family, typeface, and type size. In addition, a character set specifies character properties and printing attributes (see Figure10).

Note: WorldType outline fonts are not defined with character sets.
Composition of a character set
This picture shows the three components of a character set: characters, character properties, and printing attributes.
The character set components are:
Characters
Characters are the letters, numerals, punctuation marks, or other symbols of a font.
Character properties
Character properties detail how a character is positioned relative to the characters around it. Some character properties include:
  • The baseline of a character showing its general alignment
  • The dimensions of space in which the character is printed
  • The position of the character in that space
  • The identifier of the character
Printing attributes
The printing attributes define how the character set is printed. Some printing attributes include rotation of characters, maximum ascender, and point size.

One of the character properties is the character ID (or graphic character ID). Each character is assigned a character ID; for example, the character “A” (uppercase A) is assigned the character ID LA020000. The purpose of a character ID is to distinguish the character from similar characters. For example, these characters look similar; however, they are different and are assigned different character IDs:

  • Minus sign (-): Character ID SA000000
  • Hyphen (-): Character ID SP100000
  • Em dash (—): Character ID SM900000

For a list of character IDs, the character the ID represents, and the code pages where the characters are found, see the IBM AFP Fonts: Technical Reference for Code Pages, S544-5802.

1.1.4.1.3 XCode page

A code page maps each character of text to the characters in a character set for FOCA fonts or the characters associated to a Unicode point for WorldType fonts. Two types of code pages exist:

  • A traditional code page contains the mapping information between a code point and a character ID. It can be used with FOCA character sets and TrueType and OpenType fonts.
  • An extended code page contains the mapping information for a code point, a character ID, and a Unicode point. It can be used with TrueType and OpenType fonts.
A character ID is an 8-byte character data string. A code point is an 8-bit binary number representing a character. Code points are usually shown as hexadecimal representations of their binary values.

Code Point Representations
System Value
Binary 11000001
Decimal 193
Hexadecimal C1

When a code page is used with a FOCA font character set, each keyboard character is translated into a code point. When the text is printed, each code point is matched to a character ID on the code page you specified. The character ID is then matched to the image (raster pattern or outline pattern) of the character in the character set you specified. The image in the character set is the image that is printed in your text. To be a valid code page for a particular character set, all character IDs in the code page must be included in that character set (Figure 11).

Translation of a keyboard character into a printed character with a code page and FOCA font character set
This picture shows how a keyboard character is translated into a printed character with a code page and FOCA font character set

When a code page is used with a TrueType and OpenType font, each code point is matched to the character ID on the code page you specified. The character ID is matched to a Unicode point on the graphic character global identifier to Unicode mapping (GUM) table on your printer. The Unicode point is then matched to the image of the TrueType and OpenType font you specified (Figure 12).

Translation of a keyboard character into a printed character using a code page and a TrueType and OpenType font
This picture shows how a keyboard character is translated into a printed character using a code page and a TrueType and OpenType font.

When an extended code page is used with a TrueType and Open Type font, each code point is matched to the Unicode point on the extended code page you specified without referring to the GUM on your printer. The Unicode point is then matched to the image of the TrueType and OpenType font you specified (see Figure 13).

Translation of a keyboard character into a printed character using an extended code page and a TrueType and OpenType font
This picture shows how a keyboard character is translated into a printed character using an extended code page and a TrueType and OpenType font.

The next figure shows an example of a code page. In the example, when the printer receives hexadecimal code point C1 for the code page T1V10037, it prints an uppercase A (character ID LA020000).

Code page T1V10037
This picture shows a partial grid for the T1V10037 Country Extended: United States, Canada code page.

Code pages for different languages

Code pages accommodate various national languages by using characters and special symbols appropriate to the language. Different code pages can have identical character IDs assigned to different code points. For example, the character é (lowercase e accent acute, character ID LE110000) has these code point assignments in two different code pages:

  • Hexadecimal code point 51 in code page T1V10037 (Country Extended: United States, Canada)
  • Hexadecimal code point 5A in code page T1V10280 (Country Extended: Italy)

Single- and double-byte code pages

A single-byte code page contains 256 or fewer 1-byte code points. Single-byte code pages are large enough for languages with alphabetic writing systems, such as English, Greek, and Arabic. A single-byte character set (SBCS) is used with a single-byte code page.

A double-byte code page can contain as many as 65,536 two-byte code points. Languages with non-alphabetic writing systems, such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, require double-byte code pages. A double-byte character set (DBCS) is used with a double-byte code page.

DBCSs contain some single-byte characters, usually romaji (Western characters) and katakana. Single-byte code pages are used with these characters. Because the characters are either half width (Font spacing characteristics) or proportionally spaced, these code pages are sometimes called half-width code pages.

Code page sections

If you think of a double-byte code page as a collection of single-byte code pages, a double-byte character code has two parts: the first byte indicates a section of the code page, and the second byte indicates a code point in the section.

Raster coded fonts treat double-byte code pages this way: the coded font is divided into sections, each with its own single-byte code page. Each character in the section has a single-byte code point.

Outline coded fonts treat double-byte code pages as single, large code pages. Each character has a double-byte code point.

1.1.4.2 XAFP font naming conventions

Font naming conventions identify a specific font and its characteristics. Each type of font has its own naming convention:

  • WorldType fonts follow the naming conventions in Naming conventions for the WorldType Fonts.
  • FOCA outline and raster fonts follow this convention for the names of each font component:

    The first character in the name defines the font component:

    C
    Character set
    T
    Code page
    X
    Coded font

    After the first character, the remainder of the name depends on the type of component:

    Character set and coded font names are distinctive and can be used to determine whether a font is a General Library font, a CJK font, or a raster font. For example, character sets and coded fonts are only six characters for outline fonts rather than eight characters for raster fonts. Code page names are not distinctive enough to determine for which font group the code page is supplied.

1.1.4.3 XFormat of AFP character sets

The InfoPrint Font Collection supplies character sets in these formats:

240-pel raster
240-pel raster fonts are bounded-box fonts used on 240-pel printers. The resolution of these fonts is 240 dots per inch. All character positioning metrics in these fonts are expressed in whole-pel (fixed-metric) values.
300-pel raster
300-pel raster fonts are used on printers where the resolution is 300 dots per inch. The character positioning values are expressed in relative metrics and the exact pel count is determined at print time.
Type 1 outline
Type 1 outline is the format used with Type Transformer for General Library fonts. This format includes outlines of the various type families, which can be transformed for use by AFP printers in sizes from 1–999 points (AFP outline fonts) or from 1–72 points (raster fonts).
CID-Keyed outline
CID-Keyed outline is the format used with Type Transformer for CJK fonts. This format includes outlines of the various type families, which can be transformed for use by AFP printers in sizes from 1–999.9 points (AFP outline fonts) or from 1–72 points (raster fonts).
AFP outline
AFP outline is the format by which Print Services Facility (PSF) and other AFP applications can identify Type 1 outline fonts. The Type 1 or CID-Keyed outlines are encapsulated in FOCA wrappers that allow them to be accessed as AFP resources. AFP outlines utilize relative metrics in the same way as 300-pel fonts.
Fixed metrics
Fixed-metric fonts have all character positioning metrics expressed in whole-pel values. All 240-pel fonts are fixed-metric fonts. For example, the character increment of the ‘A' in 240-pel Helvetica Latin1 roman medium 10 pt is 22 pels. When 240-pel fonts are created, any fractional pels found are eliminated by rounding up or down to whole-pel values.
Relative metrics
Relative metrics were developed for scalable outline fonts where a single metric value could be used to determine a pel value given a desired resolution and point size. Relative metrics are based on 1000 units per em space, which means the fonts are designed for a hypothetical 1000 dpi, 72-point font where each side of the bounding box is 1000 pels. All AFP outlines and 300-dpi fonts contain relative metrics. The exact pel values are determined when the font is used, such as during document formatting or printing. For example, the character increment for A in 300-pel Helvetica Latin1 roman medium is 667 relative units. In the hypothetical 1000 dpi, 72-point font, the A would have a character increment of 667 pels, but at 10 points and 300-dpi resolution, the character increment of the A is 27.8 pels. The fractional pel (.8 in this case) is accumulated by the printer and a whole white pel is inserted when the accumulator = 1. Constantly adjusting the character increments in this way makes sure that the output text is as close to the original outline specification as possible.

1.1.5 XAFP Outline Fonts

The AFP outline fonts that are included with the InfoPrint Font Collection are:

  • General Library fonts
  • Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) fonts
  • CJK simulation fonts

1.1.5.1 XGeneral Library Fonts

General Library fonts contain various typefaces and font sizes (including typographic and uniformly spaced typeface families) suitable for printing various documents. General Library fonts combine the IBM Core Interchange Fonts, IBM Coordinated Fonts, and IBM BookMaster Fonts. All General Library fonts are derived from Adobe Type 1 font technology and are provided in the AFP outline format supported by AFP software for SBCS fonts.

The next table shows the formats for the General Library Fonts that are provided in InfoPrint Fonts Collection:

Format and operating systems for General Library Fonts
Format Operating systems
AFP outline fonts z/OS, IBM i, Linux, AIX, Windows
Type 1 AIX, Windows

Summary table for the General Library Fonts lists General Library fonts by font type and language group.

1.1.5.1.1 XNaming convention for General Library Fonts

The next figure illustrates the naming convention for General Library fonts.

Naming convention for the General Library fonts
This picture shows the naming convention overview for the General Library fonts (AFP outlines).

1.1.5.1.2 XSummary table for the General Library Fonts

This section lists General Library fonts by font type and language group.

These language groups identify supported languages:

  1. The Arabic language group (International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 8859-6) includes Latin and Arabic scripts.
  2. The Cyrillic language group (ISO 8859-5) includes Bulgarian, Byelorussian, English, Macedonian, Russian, Serbo-Ccroatian, and Ukrainian.
  3. The Greek language group (ISO 8859-7) includes Latin and Greek scripts.
  4. The Hebrew language group (ISO 8859-8) includes Latin and Hebrew scripts.
  5. Katakana contains phonetic syllabic characters used for writing non-Japanese words, such as foreign names, borrowed words, or company names.
  6. The Lao language group supports the Lao language.
  7. The Latin language group includes Latin1 through Latin5 and Vietnamese.
  8. The Latin1 language group (ISO 8859-1) includes Danish, Dutch, English, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish. The Latin1 language group also provides the euro currency symbol and all Latin9 (ISO 8859-15) characters.
  9. The Latin2 language group (ISO 8859-2) includes Albanian, Czech, English, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, and Slovenian.
  10. The Latin3 language group (ISO 8859-3) includes Afrikaans, Catalan, Dutch, English, Esperanto, French, German, Italian, Maltese, Spanish, and Turkish.
  11. The Latin4 language group (ISO 8859-4) includes Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Greenlandic, Lap, Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, and Norwegian.
  12. The Latin5 language group (ISO 8859-9) includes Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.
  13. The Thai language group supports the Thai language.

The next table provides this information:

AFP typeface name
The IBM name for the typeface. Courier, Helvetica, and Times New Roman fonts contain characters for the ISO language groups.
Style and weight
The style and weight of the font. Possible values are:
IB
Italic Bold
IM
Italic Medium
RB
Roman Bold
RM
Roman Medium
Character set identifier
A six-character name, with "CZ" as the prefix, that identifies an AFP outline character set.
Type 1 file name
The name of a Type 1 font that is used to create the AFP outline font. The file extensions are AFM, INF, and PFB.
GCSGID
The graphic character set global identifier (GCSGID) is a collection of characters registered with a unique number and sometimes used for font and code page selection.
FGID
The font typeface global identifier (FGID) is a number assigned to each typeface and is sometimes used for font selection.
Summary of General Library Fonts
AFP typeface name Style and weight Character set identifier Type 1 file name GCSGID FGID
APL
Courier APL2 RM RB CZ420P CZ440P APL APLB 1364 307 322
Arabic
Boutros Typing Arabic RM RB IM IB CZ4204 CZ4404 CZ4304 CZ4504 COU_A COU_AB COU_AI COU_ABI 1506 416 420 424 428
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Arabic RM RB IM IB CZH204 CZH404 CZH304 CZH504 HEL_A HEL_AB HEL_AI HEL_ABI 1506 2304 2305 2306 2307
ITC Boutros Setting Arabic RM RB IM IB CZN204 CZN404 CZN304 CZN504 TNR_A TNR_AB TNR_AI TNR_ABI 1506 2308 2309 2310 2311
BookMaster Specials
BookMaster Specials RM RB IM IB CZB20C CZB40C CZB30C CZB50C EDFBS EDFBSB EDFBSI EDFBSBI 1241 335 336 337 338
BookMaster Specials Reverse RM CZB60C EDFBSR 1241 339
Cyrillic
Courier Cyrillic Greek RM RB IM IB CZ4203 CZ4403 CZ4303 CZ4503 COU_CG COU_CGB COU_CGI COU_CGBI 1504 416 420 424 428
Helvetica Cyrillic Greek RM RB IM IB CZH203 CZH403 CZH303 CZH503 HEL_CG HEL_CGB HEL_CGI HEL_CGBI 1504 2304 2305 2306 2307
Times New Roman Cyrillic Greek RM RB IM IB CZN203 CZN403 CZN303 CZN503 TNR_CG TNR_CGB TNR_CGI TNR_CGBI 1504 2308 2309 2310 2311
Greek
Courier Cyrillic Greek RM RB IM IB CZ4203 CZ4403 CZ4303 CZ4503 COU_CG COU_CGB COU_CGI COU_CGBI 1504 416 420 424 428
Helvetica Cyrillic Greek RM RB IM IB CZH203 CZH403 CZH303 CZH503 HEL_CG HEL_CGB HEL_CGI HEL_CGBI 1504 2304 2305 2306 2307
Times New Roman Cyrillic Greek RM RB IM IB CZN203 CZN403 CZN303 CZN503 TNR_CG TNR_CGB TNR_CGI TNR_CGBI 1504 2308 2309 2310 2311
Hebrew
Shalom Hebrew RM RB IM IB CZ4205 CZ4405 CZ4305 CZ4505 COU_H COU_HB COU_HI COU_HBI 1362 416 420 424 428
Narkiss Tam Hebrew RM RB IM IB CZH205 CZH405 CZH305 CZH505 HEL_H HEL_HB HEL_HI HEL_HBI 1362 2304 2305 2306 2307
Narkissim Hebrew RM RB IM IB CZN205 CZN405 CZN305 CZN505 TNR_H TNR_HB TNR_HI TNR_HBI 1362 2308 2309 2310 2311
IBM Logo
IBM Logo RM CZIBM0 LOGOIBM 2040 51767
Katakana
Gothic Katakana RM CZ6208 GOT_K 1306 304
Lao
Courier Lao RM RB IM IB CZ4209 CZ4409 CZ4309 CZ4509 COU_L COU_LB COU_LI COU_LBI 1341 416 420 424 428
Pusuwan RM RB IM IB CZH209 CZH409 CZH309 CZH509 HEL_L HEL_LB HEL_LI HEL_LBI 1341 2304 2305 2306 2307
Kaewfah RM RB IM IB CZN209 CZN409 CZN309 CZN509 TNR_L TNR_LB TNR_LI TNR_LBI 1341 2308 2309 2310 2311
Latin
Courier Latin RM RB IM IB CZ420L CZ440L CZ430L CZ450L COU COUB COUI COUBI 1503 416 420 424 428
Helvetica Latin RM RB IM IB CZH20L CZH40L CZH30L CZH50L HEL HELB HELI HELBI 1503 2304 2305 2306 2307
Times New Roman Latin RM RB IM IB CZN20L CZN40L CZN30L CZN50L TNR TNRB TNRI TNRBI 1503 2308 2309 2310 2311 
Latin1
Boldface Latin1 RB CZ8400 BFC 2041 20224
BookMaster Latin1 RM RB IM IB CZB200 CZB400 CZB300 CZB500 EDFBL EDFBLB EDFBLI EDFBLBI 2041 335 336 337 338
BookMaster Latin1 Reverse RM CZB600 EDFBLR 2041 339
Courier Latin1 RM RB IM IB CZ4200 CZ4400 CZ4300 CZ4500 COU COUB COUI COUBI 2041 416 420 424 428
Gothic Text Latin1 RM CZ6200 GOT 2041 304
Helvetica Latin1 RM RB IM IB CZH200 CZH400 CZH300 CZH500 HEL HELB HELI HELBI 2041 2304 2305 2306 2307
Letter Gothic Latin1 RM RB CZ5200 CZ5400 LGO LGOB 2041 400 404
Prestige Latin1 RM RB IM CZ7200 CZ7400 CZ7300 PRS PRSB PRSI 2041 432 318 319
Times New Roman Latin1 RM RB IM IB CZN200 CZN400 CZN300 CZN500 TNR TNRB TNRI TNRBI 2041 2308 2309 2310 2311
Latin2, Latin3, Latin5
Courier Latin235 RM RB IM IB CZ4202 CZ4402 CZ4302 CZ4502 COU COUB COUI COUBI 1261 416 420 424 428
Helvetica Latin235 RM RB IM IB CZH202 CZH402 CZH302 CZH502 HEL HELB HELI HELBI 1261 2304 2305 2306 2307
Times New Roman Latin235 RM RB IM IB CZN202 CZN402 CZN302 CZN502 TNR TNRB TNRI TNRBI 1261 2308 2309 2310 2311
Latin4
Courier Latin4 RM RB IM IB CZ4207 CZ4407 CZ4307 CZ4507 COU COUB COUI COUBI 1268 416 420 424 428
Helvetica Latin4 RM RB IM IB CZH207 CZH407 CZH307 CZH507 HEL HELB HELI HELBI 1268 2304 2305 2306 2307
Times New Roman Latin4 RM RB IM IB CZN207 CZN407 CZN307 CZN507 TNR TNRB TNRI TNRBI 1268 2308 2309 2310 2311
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
OCRA RM CZ920A OCR_A 968 305
OCRB RM CZ920B OCR_B 1502 306
Symbols
Courier Symbols RM RB CZ4201 CZ4401 COU_S COU_SB 1275 416 420
Helvetica Symbols RM RB CZH201 CZH401 HEL_S HEL_SB 1275 2304 2305
Times New Roman Symbols RM RB CZN201 CZN401 TNR_S TNR_SB 1275 2308 2309
Thai
Courier Thai RM RB IM IB CZ4206 CZ4406 CZ4306 CZ4506 COU_T COU_TB COU_TI COU_TBI 1505 416 420 424 428
Thonburi RM RB IM IB CZH206 CZH406 CZH306 CZH506 HEL_T HEL_TB HEL_TI HEL_TBI 1505 2304 2305 2306 2307
Burirum RM RB IM IB CZN206 CZN406 CZN306 CZN506 TNR_T TNR_TB TNR_TI TNR_TBI 1505 2308 2309 2310 2311

1.1.5.2 XCJK Fonts

Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) fonts are derived from the Adobe CID-Keyed font technology and are available in AFP outline format. CJK fonts contain different typefaces that are suitable for printing various Chinese, Japanese, and Korean documents.

1.1.5.2.1 XNaming conventions for CJK fonts

This section shows the naming conventions for CJK outline font character sets, CJK full-width fonts, and CJK half-width fonts.

CJK outline font character sets

The naming convention format for CJK outline font character sets is CZxxxx, where:

CZ
AFP outline character set prefix
xxxx
Language and typeface:
JHKG
Japanese Heisei Kaku Gothic
JHMG
Japanese Heisei Maru Gothic
JHMN
Japanese Heisei Mincho
HKG2
Korean Gothic
HSM2
Korean Myengjo
SFSG
Simplified Chinese Fang Song (GB)
SHEI
Simplified Chinese Hei (GB18030)
SKAI
Simplified Chinese Kai (GB)
SSNG
Simplified Chinese Song (GB18030)
TKAI
Traditional Chinese Kai
TSNG
Traditional Chinese Sung

CJK full-width fonts

The next table illustrates the naming convention for CJK full-width fonts.

Naming convention for CJK full-width fonts
This graphic shows the naming convention for the CJK full-width fonts.
    Note:
  1. Full Hangul: Korean Industrial Standard Code for information interchange (Hangul and Hanja) KSC 5700-199.
  2. KS: Korean Industrial Standard Code for information interchange (Hangul and Hanja) KSC 5601-1989.
  3. GB: Code of Chinese Graphic Character Set for Information Interchange GB 2312-80.
  4. GB18030: Code of Chinese Graphic Character Set for Information Interchange GB 18030-2000.
CJK half-width fonts

The next figure illustrates the naming convention for the CJK half-width fonts.

Naming convention for CJK half-width fonts
This graphic shows the naming convention for the CJK half-width fonts.

1.1.5.2.2 XSummary tables for the CJK fonts

This section lists CJK fonts for these typefaces:

  • Chinese:
    • Simplified Chinese:
      • Fang Song (GB)
      • Hei (GB18030)
      • Kai (GB)
      • Song (GB18030)
    • Traditional Chinese:
      • Kai
      • Sung
  • Japanese:
    • Japanese Heisei Kaku Gothic
    • Japanese Heisei Maru Gothic
    • Japanese Heisei Mincho
  • Korean:
    • Korean Gothic
    • Korean Myengjo

The summary tables for CJK fonts provide this information:

AFP/CID typeface name
The IBM name for the typeface.
CID file name
The name of the CID-Keyed font file used to create the AFP outline font. The file extensions are CID and CMP.
Weight
The font weight. Possible values are:
L
Light
M
Medium
SB
Semi-bold
SL
Semi-light
Width
The width of the font. Possible values are:
Full
Full-width
Half
Half-width
Coded font
A six-character name of the outline coded font, with "XZ" as the prefix, that identifies the combination of code page and character set.
Character set
A six-character name, with "CZ" as the prefix, that identifies an AFP outline character set.
Code page
A six-character name, with "T1" as the prefix, that identifies the code page.
GCSGID
The graphic character set global identifier (GCSGID) is a collection of characters registered with a unique number and sometimes used for font and code page selection.
FGID
The font typeface global identifier (FGID) is a number assigned to each typeface and is sometimes used for font selection.

Summary of CJK fonts for Chinese (Simplified)
CJK fonts are grouped by Simplified Chinese typefaces.
Typeface name Width Coded font Character set Code page GCSGID FGID
Simplified Chinese - GB Fang Song – IBSFSGW4 (SL)
Fang Song FullHalfHalfHalf XZFPpd XZFEpd XZFJpd XZFWpd CZSFSG CZSFSG CZSFSG CZSFSG T10837 T1H00836 T1H01115 T1H01151 1020 1174 1240 1366 54566
Simplified Chinese - GB18030 Hei – ILSHEIW6 (SL)
Hei FullFullHalfHalfHalfHalf XZHPpd XZHSpd XZHEpd XZHJpd XZHQpd XZHWpd CZSHEI CZSHEI CZSHEI CZSHEI CZSHEI CZSHEI T10837 T1K837 T1H00836 T1H01115 T1H01252 T1H01151 1020 2103 1174 1240 0103 1366 54565
Simplified Chinese - GB Kai – IBSKAIW5 (M)
Kai FullHalfHalfHalf XZJPpd XZJEpd XZJJpd XZJWpd CZSKAI CZSKAI CZSKAI CZSKAI T10837 T1H00836 T1H01115 T1H01151 1020 1174 1240 1366 54568
Simplified Chinese - GB18030 Song – ILSSNGW5 (M)
Song FullFullHalfHalfHalfHalf XZSPpd XZSSpd XZSEpd XZSJpd XZSQpd XZSWpd CZSSNG CZSSNG CZSSNG CZSSNG CZSSNG CZSSNG T10837 T1K837 T1H00836 T1H01115 T1H01252 T1H01151 1020 2103 1174 1240 0103 1366 54567
Summary of CJK fonts for Chinese (Traditional)
CJK fonts are grouped by Traditional Chinese typefaces.
Typeface name Width Coded font Character set Code page GCSCID FGID
Traditional Chinese Kai – IBTKAIW5 (M)
Kai FullHalfHalfHalfHalfHalf XZLTpd XZLEpd XZLJpd XZLQpd XZLVpd XZLWpd CZTKAI CZTKAI CZTKAI CZTKAI CZTKAI CZTKAI T10835 T1H00037 T1H01043 T1H01114 T1H01159 T1H01152 2074 1175 1189 1500 13991367 54568
Traditional Chinese Sung – IBTSNGW3 (L)
Sung FullHalfHalfHalfHalfHalf XZTTpd XZTEpd XZTJpd XZTQpd XZTVpd XZTWpd CZTSNG CZTSNG CZTSNG CZTSNG CZTSNG CZTSNG T10835 T1H00037 T1H01043 T1H01114 T1H01159 T1H01152 2074 1175 1189 1500 1399 1367 54563
Summary of CJK fonts for Japanese
CJK fonts are grouped by Japanese typefaces.
Typeface name Width Coded font Character set Code page GCSCID FGID
Japanese Heisei Kaku Gothic – IBJHKGW5 (M)
Heisei Kaku Gothic FullHalfHalfHalfHalfHalfHalf XZEFpd XZEDpd XZEJpd XZEOpd XZEVpd XZEWpd XZEYpd CZJHKG CZJHKG CZJHKG CZJHKG CZJHKG CZJHKG CZJHKG T10300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1H00290 T1H01027 T1H01031 T1H01030 2093 1132 1187 1398 1398 1363 1363 53249
Japanese Heisei Kaku Gothic JIS X 0213:2004 – IBJHKGW5 (M)
Heisei Kaku Gothic Full XZIFpd CZJHKG T1K300 2093 53249
Japanese Heisei Maru Gothic – IBJHMGW4 (SL)
Heisei Maru Gothic FullHalfHalfHalfHalfHalfHalf XZPFpd XZPDpd XZPJpd XZPOpd XZPVpd XZPWpd XZPYpd CZJHMG CZJHMG CZJHMG CZJHMG CZJHMG CZJHMG CZJHMG T10300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1H00290 T1H01027 T1H01031 T1H01030 2093 1132 1187 1398 1398 1363 1363 53250
Japanese Heisei Maru Gothic JIS X 0213:2004 – IBJHMGW4 (SL)
Heisei Maru Gothic Full XZWFpd CZJHMG T1K300 2093 53250
Japanese Heisei Mincho – IBJHMNW3 (L)
Heisei Mincho FullHalfHalfHalfHalfHalfHalf XZKFpd XZKDpd XZKJpd XZKOpd XZKVpd XZKWpd XZKYpd CZJHMN CZJHMN CZJHMN CZJHMN CZJHMN CZJHMN CZJHMN T10300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1H00290 T1H01027 T1H01031 T1H01030 2093 1132 1187 1398 1398 1363 1363 53248
Japanese Heisei Mincho JIS X 0213:2004 – IBJHMNW3 (L)
Heisei Mincho Full XZOFpd CZJHMN T1K300 2093 53248
Summary of CJK fonts for Korean
CJK fonts are grouped by Korean typefaces.
Typeface name Width Coded font Character set Code page GCSCID FGID
Korean Gothic – IBHKG2W5 (M)
Gothic FullFullHalfHalfHalf XZGKpd XZGHpd XZGEpd XZGJpd XZGWpd CZHKG2 CZHKG2 CZHKG2 CZHKG2 CZHKG2 T10834 T1K834 T1H00833 T1H01126 T1H01150 1010 1098 1173 1267 1365 53816
Korean Myengjo – IBHSM2W5 (M)
Myengjo FullFullHalfHalfHalf XZMKpd XZMHpd XZMEpd XZMJpd XZMWpd CZHSM2 CZHSM2 CZHSM2 CZHSM2 CZHSM2 T10834 T1K834 T1H00833 T1H01126 T1H01150 1010 1098 1173 1267 1365 53560

1.1.5.3 XCJK simulation fonts

Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) simulation fonts are available in AFP outline format that simulates raster font products.

1.1.5.3.1 XNaming conventions for CJK simulation fonts

This section shows the naming conventions for CJK simulated outline font character sets and coded fonts.

CJK simulation outline font character sets

The naming convention format for CJK simulation outline font character sets is CZxxxx, where:

CZ
AFP outline character set prefix
xxxx
Language and typeface:
JHKG
Japanese Heisei Kaku Gothic
JHMG
Japanese Heisei Maru Gothic
JHMN
Japanese Heisei Mincho
HKG2
Korean Gothic
HSM2
Korean Myengjo
SHEI
Simplified Chinese Hei
SSNG
Simplified Chinese Song
TSNG
Traditional Chinese Sung

CJK simulation outline coded fonts

The naming convention format for CJK simulation outline coded fonts is XZTBXE, where:

T
Typestyle
BX
Box size
E
Encoding

The next figure illustrates the naming convention for CJK simulation outline coded fonts.

Naming convention for CJK simulation outline coded fonts
This graphic shows the naming convention overview for CJK simulation fonts.

1.1.5.3.2 XSummary table for the CJK simulation fonts

This section lists CJK simulation fonts for these typefaces:

  • Chinese:
    • Simplified Chinese:
      • Gothic simulated by Hei
      • Song simulated by Song
    • Traditional Chinese:
      • Gothic simulated by Sung
      • Ming simulated by Sung
  • Japanese:
    • Gothic and Heisei Kaku Gothic simulated by Heisei Kaku Gothic
    • Round Gothic simulated by Heisei Maru Gothic
    • Mincho and Heisei Mincho simulated by Heisei Mincho
  • Korean:
    • Gothic simulated by Gothic
    • Mincho simulated by Myengjo

The summary of the CJK simulation fonts provides this information:

CID file name
The name of the CID-Keyed font file used to create the AFP outline font. The file extensions are CID and CMP.
Weight
The font weight. Possible values are:
L
Light
M
Medium
SB
Semi-bold
SL
Semi-light
Width
The font width. Possible values are:
Full
Full-Width
Half
Half-Width
Coded font
A six-character name of the outline coded font, with "XZ" as the prefix, that identifies the combination of code page and character set.
Character set
A six-character name, with "CZ" as the prefix, that identifies an AFP outline character set.
Code page
A six-character name, with "T1" as the prefix, that identifies the code page.
GCSGID
The graphic character set global identifier (GCSGID) is a collection of characters registered with a unique number and sometimes used for font and code page selection.
FGID
The font typeface global identifier (FGID) is a number assigned to each typeface and is sometimes used for font selection.
Box size
The box size of the 240-pel fonts shown numerically as height by vertical (HxV) size.

Summary of CJK simulation fonts
CJK simulation fonts are grouped by Chinese, Japanese, and Korean typefaces. The CID file name and the font weight appear after each typeface name.
Coded font Width Code page GCSGID Box size
Simplified Chinese Gothic simulated by Hei – ILSHEIW6 (SB)
XZGbxP Full T10837 1020 16x16
Simplified Chinese Song simulated by Song – ILSSNGW5 (M)
XZSbxP Full T10837 1020 26x26 32x32 40x40
Traditional Chinese Gothic simulated by Sung – IBTSNGW3 (L)
XZGbxT Full T10835 2074 16x16
Traditional Chinese Ming simulated by Sung – IBTSNGW3 (L)
XZMbxT Full T10835 2074 24x24 32x32 40x40
Japanese Gothic simulated by Heisei Kaku Gothic – IBJHKGW5 (M)
XZGbxB XZGbxF XZGbxX XZHbxD XZHbxJ XZHbxN XZHbxO XZHbxU XZHbxV Full Full Full Half Half Half Half Half Half T1I300 T1I300 T1I300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1HK0290 T1H00290 T1HK0037 T1H10027 2093209320931132118733213981011398 16x16 20x24 24x30 32x32 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64 16x16 20x24 24x30 32x32 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64 48x48 64x64 12x30 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 12x30 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 12x30 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 12x30 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 12x30 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 12x30 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64
Japanese Gothic (JIS90) simulated by Heisei Kaku Gothic – IBJHKGW5 (M)
XZGbxD Full T1J300 2093 16x16 20x24 24x30 32x32 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64
Japanese Heisei Kaku Gothic simulated by Heisei Kaku Gothic – IBJHKGW5 (M)
XZEbxB XZEbxF XZFbxD XZFbxJ XZFbxN XZFbxO XZFbxU XZFbxV Full Full Half Half Half Half Half Half T10300 T10300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1HK0290 T1H00290 T1HK0037 T1H01027 209320931132118733213981011398 24x24 26x26 32x32 36x36 40x40 44x44 48x48 52x52 64x64 24x24 26x26 32x32 36x36 40x40 44x44 48x48 52x52 64x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64
Japanese Round Gothic simulated by Heisei Maru Gothic – IBJHMGW4 (SL)
XZRbxB XZRbxF XZRbxX XZSbxD XZSbxJ XZSbxN XZSbxO XZSbxU XZSbxV Full Full Full Half Half Half Half Half Half T1I300 T1I300 T1I300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1HK0290 T1H00290 T1HK0037 T1H01027 2093 2093 2093 1132 1187 332 1398 101 1398 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64 48x48 64x64 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64
Japanese Round Gothic (JIS90) simulated by Heisei Maru Gothic – IBJHMGW4 (SL)
XZRbxD Full T1J300 2093 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64
Japanese Mincho simulated by Heisei Mincho – IBJHMNW3 (L)
XZMbxB XZMbxF XZMbxX XZZbxB XZZbxF XZNbxD XZNbxJ XZNbxN XZNbxO XZNbxU XZNbxV XZYbxD XZYbxJ XZYbxN XZYbxO XZYbxU XZYbxV Full Full Full Full Full Half Half Half Half Half Half Half Half Half Half Half Half T1I300 T1I300 T1I300 T1I300 T1I300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1HK0290 T1H00290 T1HK0037 T1H01027 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1HK0290 T1H00290 T1HK0037 T1H01027 2093 2093 2093 2093 2093 1132 1187 332 1398 101 1398 1132 1187 332 1398 101 1398 16x16 24x24 26x26 32x32 36x36 40x40 44x44 48x48 52x52 64x64 16x16 24x24 26x26 32x32 36x36 40x40 44x44 48x48 52x52 64x64 48x48 64x64 24x24 24x24 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 12x24 12x24 12x24 12x24 12x24
Japanese Mincho (JIS90) simulated by Heisei Mincho – IBJHMNW3 (L)
XZMbxD XZZbxD Full Full T1J300 T1J300 20932093 16x16 24x24 26x26 32x32 36x36 40x40 44x44 48x48 52x52 64x64 24x24
Japanese Heisei Mincho simulated by Heisei Mincho – IBJHMNW3 (L)
XZKbxB XZKbxF XZLbxD XZLbxJ XZLbxN XZLbxO XZLbxU XZLbxV Full Full Half Half HalfHalf Half Half T10300 T10300 T1H01002 T1H01041 T1HK0290 T1H00290 T1HK0037 T1H01027 2093 2093 1132 1187 332 1398 101 1398 16x16 24x24 26x26 32x32 36x36 40x40 44x44 48x48 52x52 64x64 16x16 24x24 26x26 32x32 36x36 40x40 44x44 48x48 52x52 64x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x6412x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x6412x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 12x24 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64 13x26 16x32 18x36 20x40 22x44 24x48 26x52 32x64
Korean Gothic simulated by Gothic – IBHKG2W5 (M)
XZGbxK XZGbxL XZHbxK Full Full Half T10834 T10834 T1H00833 1010 1010 1173 16x16 24x30 16x16 24x30 8x16 12x30
Korean Mincho simulated by Myengjo – IBHSM2W5 (M)
XZMbxK XZMbxLXZNbxK Full Full Half T10834 T10834 T1H00833 1010 1010 1173 24x24 32x32 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64 24x24 32x32 36x36 40x40 48x48 64x64 12x30 16x32 18x36 20x40 24x48 32x64

Here are the character set codes and FGDIs associated with the CJK simulation fonts:

CID file name Character set FDGI
ILSHEIW6 CZSHEI 54565
ILSSNGW5 CZSSNG 54567
IBTSNGW3 CZTSNG 54563
IBJHKGW5 CZJHKG 53249
IBJHMGW4 CZJHMG 53250
IBJHMNW3 CZJHMN 53248
IBHKG2W5 CZHKG2 53816
IBHSM2W5 CZHSM2 53560

1.1.6 XAFP Classic OpenType Fonts

The AFP classic OpenType fonts that are included with the InfoPrint Font Collection are:

  • Courier IBM
  • Helvetica IBM
  • Times New Roman IBM

Each of these fonts has four styles: Regular, Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic.

An extra set of 12 Arabic-specific fonts are included to provide backward compatibility with the older Arabic AFP Outline fonts. Within the Arabic fonts, certain Latin characters had a different design than their non-Arabic Latin equivalents. The typeface names are: Courier IBM Arabic, Helvetica IBM Arabic, and Times New Roman IBM Arabic. Each Arabic typeface is available in four styles; Regular, Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic.

1.1.6.1 XHighlights of the AFP Classic Fonts

The AFP classic OpenType fonts include these highlights:

  • Unicode glyph support included in each font:
    Alphabetic Presentation Forms Lao
    Arabic Latin Extended-A
    Arabic Presentation Forms-B Latin Extended-B
    Arrows Latin-1 Supplement
    Basic Latin Letter-like Symbols
    Block Elements Mathematical Operators
    Box Drawing Miscellaneous Symbols
    CJK symbols and Punctuation Miscellaneous Technical
    Combining Diacritical Marks Non-Plane 0
    Currency Symbols Number Forms
    Cyrillic Private Use
    General Punctuation Small Form Variants
    Geometric Shapes Spacing Modifier Letters
    Greek Superscripts and Subscripts
    Hebrew Thai
  • The Tilde and Circumflex characters have been modified to match Unicode standards.
  • The Arabic Latin glyphs with design variations are listed below in the Classic Helvetica IBM Type family printed in 18 point:18 point font examples for Classic Helvetica IBM Type
  • The AFP Classic Symbols fonts are not included at this time.
  • The “Theta Small” glyph , “0”, has been assigned the Unicode value of U+03B8 to match the IBM standard for GCSGID GT610000.

1.1.6.2 XAFP Classic Fonts and Resource Access Table File List

RAT for AFP Classic Fonts

1.1.6.3 XAFP Classic Fonts Extended Code Page File List

AFP classic Fonts extended code page list

1.1.6.4 XSamples of AFP Classic Fonts

This section shows samples of the AFP Classic Fonts.
AFP Classic Courier IBM font samples
AFP Classic Courier IBM font samples
AFP Classic Helvetica IBM font samples
AFP Classic Times New Roman IBM font samples
AFP Classic Times New Roman IBM font samples
AFP Classic Courier IBM Arabic font samples
AFP Classic Courier IBM Arabic font samples
AFP Classic Helvetica IBM Arabic font samples
AFP Classic Helvetica IBM Arabic font samples
AFP Classic Times New Roman IBM Arabic font samples
AFP Classic Times New Roman IBM Arabic font samples

1.1.7 XAFP Asian Classic OpenType Fonts

The new Asian Classic TrueType Collection (TTC) fonts can be used to replace the older AFP Asian double-byte character set (DBCS) fonts. The new Asian Classic OpenType (TTF) fonts can be used to replace the older AFP Asian single-byte character set (SBCS) fonts.

These Asian locales and typefaces are provided:

Locale Typeface
Simplified Chinese Fang Song
Hei
Kai
Song
Traditional Chinese Kai
Sung
Japanese Heisei Mincho
Heisei Kaku Gothic
Heisei Maru Gothic
Korean Gothic
Myengjo

1.1.7.1 XHighlights of the AFP Asian Classic Fonts

The Japanese Heisei fonts have been enhanced to meet the JIS X 0213:2004 Japanese International Standard.

The Japanese AFP Asian Classic TTC Fonts were enhanced in the 3.7 version of the InfoPrint Font Collection.

The Unicode code point for a single new Japanese Era name character, Reiwa, is U+32FF. It can also be printed or displayed utilizing two Unicode code points: U+4EE4U+548C.

1.1.7.2 XAFP Asian Classic Fonts and Resource Access Table File List

Considerations for the AFP Asian Classic Font set:

  • A total of 34 fonts are provided with the AFP Asian Classic Font set.
  • A ‘P’ in the font names represents a proportional font. No ‘P’ in the font name represents a monospaced font. For example, the font file IBM_TCSung.TTC contains font “TC-Sung IBM” and font “TC-PSung IBM”.
  • The OpenType TTF fonts are half width to provide compatibility with the old AFP SBCS fonts.
  • Font file names containing ‘SB’ are derived from the single-bye Asian font set and must use the extended code pages provided. Non ‘SB’ fonts can be used to print UTF–16BE Unicode data.

RAT for AFP Asian Classic Fonts

RAT for AFP Asian Classic Fonts

1.1.7.3 XAFP Asian Classic Fonts Extended Code Page File List

The AFP Asian Classic Fonts include a set of extended code pages. The extended code pages allow mapping an ASCII or EBCDIC code point directly to its equivalent UTF-16BE Unicode code point. If you use the extended code pages, you must supply the extended code page source directory to AFP as a code page resource path. It is recommended that you concatenate the extended code page directory that is included in front of your existing code page directory.

AFP classic Fonts extended code page list
Recommended Extended Code Pages to be used for Asian single-byte font files
Recommended Extended Code Pages to be used for Chinese and Korean TrueType Collection fonts

1.1.8 XWorldType Fonts

WorldType fonts are TrueType and OpenType fonts supplied in a Microsoft Unicode format. The WorldType Fonts include these typefaces:

  • WorldType Sans
  • WorldType SansDuo
  • WorldType Serif
  • WorldType SerifDuo

Format and operating systems for WorldType Fonts
Format Operating systems
WorldType fonts Native support for Windows. The fonts can be copied to AIX, Linux, IBM i, and z/OS as needed.
Unicode Ranges

The WorldType fonts are organized by subsets and grouped by character blocks as defined by Unicode. These subsets do not fully support all glyphs in every character block and might contain glyphs from other characters blocks:

  • Windows Glyph List (WGL) is a subset supporting Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Modified Letters and Combining Marks. Partial support for Symbols and glyphs in the Special Area. This subset provides the same basic set of characters as Microsoft's Windows Glyph List 4.
  • All the WorldType fonts now contain the Ethiopic language script.
  • Middle East Glyph List is a subset supporting Arabic and Hebrew in addition to the WGL support.
  • Indic Glyph List is a subset supporting Indic scripts in addition to the WGL support.
  • Southeast Asian Glyph List is a subset supporting Thai, Lao, Khmer, Burmese, and Vietnamese in addition to the WGL support.
  • The East Asian Glyph Lists are a subset of the Chinese, Hong Kong, Japanese, Korean, and Taiwan full font sets.
  • Complete Glyph List contains every character presently supported. In addition to WGL, Middle East, and Indic support, it supports Han, Hiragana, Katakana, Hangul, Bopomofo, and Yi.

Localizations

The Complete Glyph List is available with Han localizations for Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. There is a 64–K glyph limit in the TrueType and OpenType font architecture that limits the amount of support that can be provided with a single font. This limitation requires a different font to be selected to represent each locale properly.

The set of Han glyphs is not fully localized for all four locales. Each of the localizations supports the Windows 98 glyph set for a particular locale. The Simplified Chinese locale is the only uniform designed glyph set. There are fallback glyphs in the other locales for those glyphs not supported. For example, if a glyph is specified that is not part of the Windows 98 Japanese glyph set, the Simplified Chinese glyph is used for that particular glyph.

Embedded bitmaps

The Complete Glyph List and East Asian Glyph list are available with embedded bitmaps. The embedded bitmaps are provided for many of the Han, Hiragana, and Katakana glyphs. These bitmaps improve the quality of the glyph at screen resolutions.

The level of embedded bitmap support is based on the Windows 95 glyph set. There are six bitmap sizes included in the fonts. Each bitmap size is designed to represent the locale and the type style, except for the smallest bitmap, which is too small to distinguish the difference.

1.1.8.1 XNaming conventions for the WorldType Fonts

The WorldType font naming convention uses the format of TTTTLLSB with the definitions listed in Tables 10 and 11 below.

Note: The InfoPrint Font Collection contains the latest version of the WorldType fonts. The file name prefixes in Version 8.2.2 are different from the file name prefixes in Version 6.3. This section describes the naming conventions for the latest WorldType font version.
WorldType font naming: TTTT identifies the typeface name
TTTT Typeface name
wt__ WT Serif
wt_d WT SerifDuo
wts_ WT Sans
wtsd WT SansDuo
WorldType font naming: LLSB identifies the localization, subset and the presents of embedded bitmaps
LLSB Typeface name appendage Description Bitmaps
i___ IN Indic No
j_eb J EA Japanese East Asian Yes
j__b J Japanese Yes
k__b K Korean Yes
k_eb K EA Korean East Asian Yes
m___ ME Middle East No
s__b SC Simplified Chinese Yes
s_eb SC EA Simplified Chinese East Asian Yes
sxb_ SC xB Simplified Chinese-Extension B No
th_b HK Traditional Chinese Hong Kong Yes
theb HK EA Traditional Chinese Hong Kong East Asian Yes
tt_b TW Traditional Chinese Taiwan Yes
tteb TW EA Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian Yes
ttxb TW xB Traditional Chinese Taiwan Extension B Yes
sea_ SEA Southeast Asia No
w___   Windows Glyph List 4 No

1.1.8.2 XSummary tables for WorldType fonts

This section lists summary tables for the base WorldType fonts and link WorldType fonts.

Base fonts

Note: Ricoh® recommends that you use the most recent version of the WorldType fonts.

The next table provides this information for base WorldType fonts:

Full font name
The combination of the font family name and the font subfamily name.
File name
The name of the font file with a file extension of .ttf.
Version
The WorldType font version that supplies the font.
Localization
The view preference of the glyph shapes.
Glyph List
The set of glyphs contained in the font.
Bitmaps
An indicator of whether the font contains embedded bitmaps for better screen resolution quality.

The style and weight of all WorldType fonts is Roman Medium.
Summary of base WorldType fonts
Full font name(Bitmaps) File name Version Localization Glyph List
WT Sans(No) wts_w___.ttf 8.22 N/A Windows Glyph List (WGL)
WT Sans HK(Yes) wts_th_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong Complete
WT Sans HK EA(Yes) wts_theb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong East Asian
WT Sans IN(No) wts_i___.ttf 8.22 N/A Indic
WT Sans J(Yes) wts_j__b.ttf 8.30 Japanese Complete
WT Sans J EA(Yes) wts_j_eb.ttf 8.30 Japanese East Asian
WT Sans K(Yes) wts_k__b.ttf 8.30 Korean Complete
WT Sans K EA(Yes) wts_k_eb.ttf 8.30 Korean East Asian
WT Sans ME(No) wts_m___.ttf 8.22 N/A Middle East
WT Sans SC(Yes) wts_s__b.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese Complete
WT Sans SC EA(Yes) wts_s_eb.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese East Asian
WT Sans SEA(No) wts_sea_.ttf 8.22 N/A Southeast Asian
WT Sans TW(Yes) wts_tt_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
WT Sans TW EA(Yes) wts_tteb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
WT Sans TW xB(Yes) wts_ttxb.ttf 8.22 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Extension B
WT SansDuo(No) wtsdw___.ttf 8.22 N/A WGL
WT SansDuo HK (Yes) wtsdth_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong Complete
WTSansDuo HK EA(Yes) wtsdtheb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong East Asian
WT SansDuo IN(No) wtsdi___.ttf 8.22 N/A Indic
WT SansDuo J(Yes) wtsdj__b.ttf 8.30 Japanese Complete
WT SansDuo J EA(Yes) wtsdj_eb.ttf 8.30 Japanese East Asian
WT SansDuo K(Yes) wtsdk__b.ttf 8.30 Korean Complete
WT SansDuo K EA(Yes) wtsdk_eb.ttf 8.30 Korean East Asian
WT SansDuo ME(No) wtsdm___.ttf 8.22 N/A Middle East
WT SansDuo SC(Yes) wtsds__b.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese Complete
WT SansDuo SC EA(Yes) wtsds_eb.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese East Asian
WT SansDuo SC xB(No) wtsdsxb_.ttf 8.22 Simplified Chinese Extension B
WT SansDuo SEA(No) wtsdsea_.ttf 8.22 N/A Southeast Asian
WT SansDuo TW(Yes) wtsdtt_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
WT SansDuo TW EA(Yes) wtsdtteb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
WT SansDuo TW xB(Yes) wtsdttxb.ttf 8.22 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Extension B
WT Serif(No) wt__w___.ttf 8.22 N/A WGL
WT Serif HK(Yes) wt__th_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong Complete
WT Serif HK EA(Yes) wt_theb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong East Asian
WT Serif IN(No) wt__i___.ttf 8.22 N/A Indic
WT Serif J(Yes) wt__j__b.ttf 8.30 Japanese Complete
WT Serif J EA(Yes) wt__j_eb.ttf 8.30 Japanese East Asian
WT Serif K(Yes) wt__k__b.ttf 8.30 Korean Complete
WT Serif K EA(Yes) wt__k_eb.ttf 8.30 Korean East Asian
WT Serif ME(No) wt__m___.ttf 8.22 N/A Middle East
WT Serif SC(Yes) wt__s__b.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese Complete
WT Serif SC EA(Yes) wt__s_eb.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese East Asian
WT Serif SC xB(Yes) wt__s_xb.ttf 8.22 Simplified Chinese Extension B
WT Serif SEA(No) wt__sea_.ttf 8.22 N/A Southeast Asian
WT Serif TW(Yes) wt__tt_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
WT Serif TW EA(Yes) wt__tteb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
WT Serif TW xB(Yes) wt__ttxb.ttf 8.22 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Extension B
WT SerifDuo(No) wt_dw___.ttf 8.22 N/A WGL
WT SerifDuo HK(Yes) wt_dth_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong Complete
WT SerifDuo HK EA(Yes) wt_dtheb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Hong Kong East Asian
WT SerifDuo IN(Yes) wt_di___.ttf 8.22 N/A Indic
WT SerifDuo J(Yes) wt_dj__b.ttf 8.30 Japanese Complete
WT SerifDuo J EA(Yes) wt_dj_eb.ttf 8.30 Japanese East Asian
WT SerifDuo K(Yes) wt_dk__b.ttf 8.30 Korean Complete
WT SerifDuo K EA(Yes) wt_dk_eb.ttf 8.30 Korean East Asian
WT SerifDuo ME(No) wt_dm___.ttf 8.22 N/A Middle East
WT SerifDuo SC(Yes) wt_ds__b.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese Complete
WT SerifDuo SC EA(Yes) wt_ds_eb.ttf 8.30 Simplified Chinese East Asian
WT SerifDuo SC xB(Yes) wt_ds_xb.ttf 8.22 Simplified Chinese Extension B
WT SerifDuo SEA(No) wt_dsea_.ttf 8.22 N/A Southeast Asian
WT SerifDuo TW(Yes) wt_dtt_b.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
WT SerifDuo TW EA(Yes) wt_dtteb.ttf 8.30 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
WT SerifDuo TW xB(Yes) wt_dttxb.ttf 8.22 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Extension B
Monotype Sans Duospace Ext B(No) mtsdsxb_.tff 6.3 Simplified Chinese Extension B
Monotype Sans Duospace WT(No) mtsdw___.tff 6.3 N/A WGL
Monotype Sans Duospace WT IN(No) mtsdi___.tff 6.3 N/A Indic
Monotype Sans Duospace WT J(Yes) mtsdj__b.ttf 6.3 Japanese Complete
Monotype Sans Duospace WT J EA(Yes) mtsdj_eb.ttf 6.3 Japanese East Asian
Monotype Sans Duospace WT K(Yes) mtsdk__b.ttf 6.3 Korean Complete
Monotype Sans Duospace WT K EA(Yes) mtsdk_eb.ttf 6.3 Korean East Asian
Monotype Sans Duospace WT ME(No) mtsdm___.ttf 6.3 N/A Middle Eastern
Monotype Sans Duospace WT SC(Yes) mtsds__b.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese Complete
Monotype Sans Duospace WT SC EA(Yes) mtsds_eb.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese East Asian
Monotype Sans Duospace WT TC(Yes) mtsdt__b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Complete
Monotype Sans Duospace WT TC EA(Yes) mtsdt_eb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese East Asian
Monotype Sans Duospace WT TC TW(Yes) mtsdtt_b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
Monotype Sans Duospace WT TC TW EA(Yes) mtsdtteb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
Monotype Sans WT(No) mts_w___.ttf 6.3 N/A WGL
Monotype Sans WT IN(No) mts_i___.ttf 6.3 N/A Indic
Monotype Sans WT J(Yes) mts_j__b.ttf 6.3 Japanese Complete
Monotype Sans WT J EA(Yes) mts_j_eb.ttf 6.3 Japanese East Asian
Monotype Sans WT K(Yes) mts_k__b.ttf 6.3 Korean Complete
Monotype Sans WT K EA(Yes) mts_k_eb.ttf 6.3 Korean East Asian
Monotype Sans WT ME(No) mts_m___.ttf 6.3 N/A Middle Eastern
Monotype Sans WT SC(Yes) mts_s__b.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese Complete
Monotype Sans WT SC EA(Yes) mts_s_eb.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese East Asian
Monotype Sans WT TC(Yes) mts_t__b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Complete
Monotype Sans WT TC EA(Yes) mts_t_eb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese East Asian
Monotype Sans WT TC TW(Yes) mts_tt_b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
Monotype Sans WT TC TW EA(Yes) mts_tteb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
Thorndale Duospace WT(No) thrdw___.ttf 6.3 N/A WGL
Thorndale Duospace WT IN(No) thrdi___.ttf 6.3 N/A Indic
Thorndale Duospace WT J(Yes) thrdj__b.ttf 6.3 Japanese Complete
Thorndale Duospace WT J EA(Yes) thrdj_eb.ttf 6.3 Japanese East Asian
Thorndale Duospace WT K(Yes) thrdk__b.ttf 6.3 Korean Complete
Thorndale Duospace WT K EA(Yes) thrdk_eb_tf 6.3 Korean East Asian
Thorndale Duospace WT ME(No) thrdm___.ttf 6.3 N/A Middle Eastern
Thorndale Duospace WT SC(Yes) thrds__b.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese Complete
Thorndale Duospace WT SC EA(Yes) thrds_eb.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese East Asian
Thorndale Duospace WT TC(Yes) thrdt__b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Complete
Thorndale Duospace WT TC EA(Yes) thrdt_eb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese East Asian
Thorndale Duospace WT TC TW(Yes) thrdtt_b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
Thorndale Duospace WT TC TW EA(Yes) thrdtteb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
Times New Roman WT(No) tnr_w___.ttf 6.3 N/A WGL
Times New Roman WT IN(No) tnr_i___.ttf 6.3 N/A Indic
Times New Roman WT J(Yes) tnr_j__b.ttf 6.3 Japanese Complete
Times New Roman WT J EA(Yes) tnr_j_eb.ttf 6.3 Japanese East Asian
Times New Roman WT K(Yes) tnr_k__b.ttf 6.3 Korean Complete
Times New Roman WT K EA(Yes) tnr_k_eb.ttf 6.3 Korean East Asian
Times New Roman WT ME(No) tnr_m___.ttf 6.3 N/A Middle Eastern
Times New Roman WT SC(Yes) tnr_s__b.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese Complete
Times New Roman WT SC EA(Yes) tnr_s_eb.ttf 6.3 Simplified Chinese East Asian
Times New Roman WT TC(Yes) tnr_t__b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Complete
Times New Roman WT TC EA(Yes) tnr_t_eb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese East Asian
Times New Roman WT TC TW(Yes) tnr_tt_b.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan Complete
Times New Roman WT TC TW EA(Yes) tnr_tteb.ttf 6.3 Traditional Chinese Taiwan East Asian
Link fonts
Link fonts are searched when the Unicode value is not found in the base font. This extends the base font. The link font is included as a base font. The next table defines the link fonts that have been added to the resource access table (RAT) for WorldType fonts. It provides this information:
Full font name
The combination of the font family name and the font subfamily name for the base font or the linked font.
File name
The name of the base or linked font file with a file extension of .ttf.
Version
The WorldType font version in which the link font is defined.
Summary of link WorldType fonts

Full font name, file name, and version of a link WorldType font that is associated with base WorldType fonts.

Base Font Link Font Version
Full font name File name Full font name File name
WT Sans SC wts_s__b.ttf WT SansDuo SC xB wtsdsxb_.ttf 8.22
WT Sans SC EA wts_s_eb.ttf
WT Sans TW wts_tt_b.ttf WT Sans TW xB wts_ttxb.ttf 8.22
WT Sans TW EA wts_tteb.ttf
WT SansDuo SC wtsds__b.ttf WT SansDuo SC xB wtsdsxb_.ttf 8.22
WT SansDuo SC EA wtsds_eb.ttf
WT SansDuo TW wtsdtt_b.ttf WT SansDuo TW xB wtsdttxb.ttf 8.22
WT SansDuo TW EA wtsdtteb.ttf
WT Serif SC wt__s__b.ttf WT Serif SC xB wt__s_xb.ttf 8.22
WT Serif SC EA wt__s_eb.ttf
WT Serif TW wt__tt_b.ttf WT Serif TW xB wt__ttxb.ttf 8.22
WT Serif TW EA wt__tteb.ttf
WT SerifDuo SC wt_ds__b.ttf WT SerifDuo SC xB wt_ds_xb.ttf 8.22
WT SerifDuo SC EA wt_ds_eb.ttf
WT SerifDuo TW wt_dtt_b.ttf WT SerifDuo TW xB wt_dttxb.ttf 8.22
WT SerifDuo TW EA wt_dtteb.ttf
Monotype Sans Duospace WT SC mtsds__b.ttf Monotype Sans Duospace Ext B mtsdsxb_.ttf 6.3
Monotype Sans WT SC mts_s__b.ttf
Thorndale Duospace WT SC thrds__b.ttf
Times New Roman WT SC tnr_s__b.ttf

1.1.8.3 XVersion updates for WorldType fonts

This section describes the updates to supported WorldType font Versions 6.3 through 8.2 that are contained in the InfoPrint Font Collection.
Updates from Version 6.3 to Version 7.0

Updates for Version 7.0 of the WorldType fonts include:

  • These typeface names have changed:
    • WT Sans replaces Monotype Sans WT
    • WT Sans Duo replaces Monotype Sans Duospace WT
    • WT Sans Duo SC xB replaces Monotype Sans Duospace Ext B
    • WT Serif replaces Times New Roman WT
    • WT Serif Duo replaces Thorndale Duospace WT
  • These file name prefixes have changed:
    • wts_* replaces mts_*
    • wtsd* replaces mtsd*
    • wt__* replaces tnr_*
    • wt_d* replaces thrd*
  • These new standards have been added:
    • Japanese International Standard, JIS X 0213:2004
    • Hong Kong Supplementary Character Set, HKSCS:2004
  • The Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK) fonts that contain bitmap characters have been included for enhanced display.

Updates from Version 7.0 to Version 8.0

Updates for Version 8.0 of the WorldType fonts include:

  • These typeface names have changed:
    • WT SansDuo replaces WT Sans Duo
    • WT SerifDuo replaces WT Serif Duo
    • WT SansDuo SC xB replaces WT Sans Duo SC xB
  • These Southeast Asian (SEA) fonts are new:
    • The prior Windows Glyph subset
    • Khmer language scripts
      Note: One Khmer design was used for Sans and Serif fonts. The SEA Duospace fonts (wtsdsea_.ttf and wt_dsea_.ttf) do not contain the Khmer script.
    • Lao language scripts
    • Thai language scripts
    • Vietnamese language scripts
  • New outline glyphs were added to support standard Hong Kong Supplementary Character Set, HKSCS:2004.
  • New Unicode has been added:
    • Sinhala (U+0D80-U+0DFF) are now included in these WorldType fonts: Complete set, Traditional Chinese Hong Kong (HK), Japanese (J), Korean (K), Simplified Chinese (SC), Traditional Chinese Taiwan (TW), and Indic (IN)
    • Georgian (U+10A0-U+10FF) and Georgian Supplement (U+2D00-U+2D2F) are now included in these WorldType fonts: Windows Glyph List, Traditional Chinese Hong Kong (HK), Japanese (J), Korean (K), Simplified Chinese (SC), and Traditional Chinese Taiwan (TW)
    • Armenian (U+0530-U+058F) and Armenian Ligatures (U+FB13-U+FB17) are now included in these WorldType fonts: Windows Glyph List, Traditional Chinese Hong Kong (HK), Japanese (J), Korean (K), Simplified Chinese (SC), and Traditional Chinese Taiwan (TW)
  • Indic Version 2 OpenType tables are now included in these WorldType fonts:
    • Traditional Chinese Hong Kong (HK)
    • Indic (IN)
    • Japanese (J)
    • Korean (K)
    • Simplified Chinese (SC)
    • Traditional Chinese Taiwan (TW)

Updates from Version 8.0 to Version 8.1.1

There have been over 1,000 new characters added into the WorldType fonts from the 2010 version 8.0 to the 2012 version 8.1.1.

A new subset of 20 East Asian fonts has been included in this version of WorldType fonts.

Highlights of new additions:

  • Character additions to support the Traditional Chinese Hong Kong Supplemental Character Set 2008 (HKSCS 2008)
  • New Amharic Ethiopian language support
  • Additions to the Latin character set to support more African languages
  • New Robam Khmer Duo characters
  • Unicode level 5.2–6.2 support for Currency Symbols including:
    • Kazakhstan Tenge symbol (U+20B8)
    • Indian Rupee symbol (U+20B9)
    • Turkish Lira symbol (U+20BA)
  • Unicode level 5.2 support for more Math Operators and Miscellaneous Technical characters
  • New Myanmar Burmese language support in version 8..1.1 of the South East Asian fonts
  • Armenian Dram sign (U+058F), added into the Armenian language scripts
  • Arabic Samvat sign (U+0604), added into Arabic language scripts
  • Gujarati Abbreviation Sign (U+0AF0), added into Gujarati language scripts
  • Raised MC sign (U+1F16A), Marque de Commerce
  • Raised MD sign (U+1F16B), Marque Déposée
Updates from Version 8.1.1 to Version 8.2

Updates for Version 8.2 of the WorldType fonts include:

Character corrections:

  • Bopomofo letter I (U+3127)
  • Kannada vowel sign AI (U+0CC8)
  • Kannada AI length mark (U+0CD6)
  • Arabic Letter Feh with dot below (U+06A3)

New character additions:

  • Arabic Letter Mark (U+061C) for text formatting
  • New Currency Symbols:
    • Azerbaijan Manat (U+20BC)
    • Russian Ruble (U+20BD)
    • Georgia Lari (U+20BE)
  • Simplified Chinese Additions in the Basic Multilingual Plane:

    Added new Simplified Chinese Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) Unicode code points listed below into the “FULL” and East Asian “EA” WorldType fonts. The new characters are provided in bitmap and outline formats in the Song and Hei styles:

    9FCC 9FCD 9FCE 9FCF 9FD0
    9FD1 9FD2 9FD3 9FD4 9FD5
  • Simplified Chinese Additions in the WT SansDuo SC xB font:

    New Simplified Chinese Extension C, D, and E code points are listed below. The new characters will be provided in outline format in the Hei style.

    New Simplified Chinese Extension C Unicode code points:

    2A7DD 2A8FB 2A917 2AA30 2AA36 2AA58 2AFA2 2B127
    2B128 2B137 2B138 2B1ED 2B300 2B363 2B36F 2B372
    2B37D 2B404 2B410 2B413 2B461 2B4E7 2B4EF 2B4F6
    2B4F9 2B50D 2B50E 2B536 2B5AE 2B5AF 2B5B3 2B5E7
    2B5F4 2B61C 2B61D 2B626 2B627 2B628 2B62A 2B62C
    2B695 2B696 2B6AD 2B6ED        

    New Simplified Chinese Extension D Unicode code points:

    2B7A9 2B7C5 2B7E6 2B7F9 2B7FC 2B806 2B80A 2B81C

    New Simplified Chinese Extension E Unicode code points:

    2B8B8 2BAC7 2BB5F 2BB62 2BB7C 2BB83 2BC1B 2BD77
    2BD87 2BDF7 2BE29 2C029 2C02A 2C0A9 2C0CA 2C1D5
    2C1D9 2C1F9 2C27C 2C288 2C2A4 2C317 2C35B 2C361
    2C364 2C488 2C494 2C497 2C542 2C613 2C618 2C621
    2C629 2C62B 2C62C 2C62D 2C62F 2C642 2C64A 2C64B
    2C72C 2C72F 2C79F 2C7C1 2C7FD 2C8D9 2C8DE 2C8E1
    2C8F3 2C907 2C90A 2C91D 2CA02 2CA0E 2CA7D 2CAA9
    2CB29 2CB2D 2CB2E 2CB31 2CB38 2CB39 2CB3B 2CB3F
    2CB41 2CB4A 2CB4E 2CB5A 2CB5B 2CB64 2CB69 2CB6C
    2CB6F 2CB73 2CB76 2CB78 2CB7C 2CBB1 2CBBF 2CBC0
    2CBCE 2CC56 2CC5F 2CCF5 2CCF6 2CCFD 2CCFF 2CD02
    2CD03 2CD0A 2CD8B 2CD8D 2CD8F 2CD90 2CD9F 2CDA0
    2CDA8 2CDAD 2CDAE 2CDD5 2CE18 2CE1A 2CE23 2CE26
    2CE2A 2CE7C 2CE88 2CE93        

  • New Lao Opentype features.
Updates from Version 8.2 to Version 8.22
  • Enhancements to the Thai language scripts for better character combining.
  • Stroke enhancements were made to some Simplified Chinese characters in the WT SansDuo SC xb font.
  • Six new extended xB Chinese fonts are being added to the InfoPrint Font Collection to enhance the range of graphic capabilities for the current Chinese fonts. The extended xB fonts will complement the existing Simplified and Traditional Chinese fonts by adding ideographs from the Unicode Supplemental Ideographic Plane in the Song and Hei style.
    • New Simplified Chinese fonts with Song ideographs:
      • WT SerifDuo SC xB
      • WT Serif SC xB
    • New Traditional Chinese Taiwan Sans Fonts with Hei ideographs:
      • WT Sans TW xB
      • WT SansDuo TW xB
    • New Traditional Chinese Taiwan Serif fonts with Song ideographs:
      • WT Serif TW xB
      • WT SerifDuo TW xB
Updates from Version 8.22 to Version 8.30
  • Forty of the Asian WorldType fonts identified with version 8.30 were updated with the new Japanese Era name character, Reiwa. The new Unicode code point for a single Reiwa character is U+32FF.
  • The new Japanese Era name can also be printed or displayed utilizing two Unicode code points: U+4EE4U+548C.

1.1.9 XAFP Raster Fonts

AFP Raster fonts are distinguished from AFP outline fonts because they have character set and coded font names that are eight characters rather than six characters. These AFP raster fonts are included with the InfoPrint Font Collection:

  • Single-byte character set (SBCS) expanded core fonts
  • Double-byte character set (DBCS) core fonts
  • Math, PI, and Sonoran fonts

This section also describes the compatibility fonts that are included for reference even though they are not part of the InfoPrint Font Collection.

1.1.9.1 XSBCS fonts

SBCS expanded core fonts are part of the AFP raster fonts shipped with the InfoPrint Font Collection. The fonts contain various typefaces and font sizes (including typographic and uniformly spaced typeface families) and combine IBM Core Interchange Fonts, IBM Coordinated Fonts, and IBM BookMaster Fonts.

The next table shows the formats for SBCS fonts provided in the InfoPrint Font Collection.

Format and operating systems for SBCS fonts
Format Operating systems
240-pel bounded-box fonts z/OS, IBM i, Linux, AIX, Windows
300-pel fonts z/OS, IBM i, Linux, AIX, Windows

Summary table for SBCS fonts lists SBCS fonts by font type and language group.

1.1.9.1.1 XNaming conventions for SBCS fonts

The next two tables illustrate the naming conventions for SBCS expanded core fonts.

Part 1: Naming conventions for SBCS fonts
This picture shows part 1 of the naming convention for SBCS fonts.
Part 2: Naming conventions for SBCS fonts
This picture shows part 2 of the naming convention for SBCS fonts.

The seventh character in the naming convention, “P” in, represents the point size or pitch size of the font. The sizes of typographic and mixed-pitch fonts are expressed in points, which is a vertical measurement indicating the general size of the font. One point is 1/72 inch. The sizes of uniformly spaced fronts are expressed in pitch, which is the number of characters that can be printed in 1 inch of text. The next table shows the point and pitch sizes available for the SBCS font AFP typeface names. See Summary table for SBCS fonts for a list of SBCS fonts by font type, language group, and AFP typeface name.

Size in point or pitch for SBCS fonts
AFP typeface name Size in point or pitch
Courier APL2 10 pitch
Boutros Typing Arabic 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Arabic 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
ITC Bourtros Setting Arabic 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
BookMaster Specials 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
BookMaster Specials Reverse 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Courier Cyrillic Greek 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Helvetica Cyrillic Greek 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Times New Roman Cyrillic Greek 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Shalom Hebrew 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Narkiss Tam Hebrew 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Narkissim Hebrew 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
IBM Logo 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, and 48 points
Gothic Katakana 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, 17.1 and 20 pitch
Boldface Latin1 12 points
BookMaster Latin1 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
BookMaster Latin1 Reverse 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Courier Latin1 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Gothic Text Latin1 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 13.3, 15, 17.1, 20, and 24 pitch
Helvetica Latin1 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Letter Gothic Latin1 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, 17.1 and 20 pitch
Prestige Latin1 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Times New Roman Latin1 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Courier Latin235 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Helvetica Latin235 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Times New Roman Latin235 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Courier Latin4 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Helvetica Latin4 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Times new Roman Latin4 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
OCRA 10 pitch
OCRB 10 pitch
Courier Lao 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Pusuwan 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Kaewfah 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Courier Symbols 6, 8.5, 10, 12, 15, and 17.1 pitch
Helvetica Symbols 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points
Times New Roman Symbols 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 30, and 36 points

1.1.9.1.2 XSummary table for SBCS fonts

This section lists SBCS expanded core fonts by font type or language group, and AFP typeface name, including: APL, Arabic, BookMaster specials, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew, IBM Logo, Katakana, Lao, Latin1 with and without euro, Latin2, Latin3, Latin4, Latin5, optical character recognition (OCR), symbols for Courier, Helvetica, and Times New Roman, and Thai.

The summary table for SBCS fonts provides this information:

Font type
The font type name, followed by the GCSGID (the graphic character set global identifier, which is a collection of characters registered with a unique number and sometimes used for font and code page selection).
AFP typeface name
The IBM name for the typeface.
Type 1 typeface name
The Type 1 font name for the typeface. The name contains information about the style and weight of the font, which can be:
Roman Medium (the basic style)
Roman Bold (Bold)
Italic Medium (Italic)
Italic Bold (Bold Italic)
Character set identifier
An eight-character name that identifies an AFP raster character set.
Type 1 file name
The name of a Type 1 font that is used to create the AFP raster font. The file extensions are AFM, INF, and PFB.
Coded font identifier
An eight-character name of the raster coded font that identifies the combination of code page and character set. IBM BookMaster fonts do not have a coded font identifier because BookMaster does not use coded fonts.
Alternate coded font identifier
A six-character coded font name for certain operating environments, such as JES, that limits coded font identifiers to six characters; for example, X0GT10. All SBCS fonts with a coded font identifier also have an alternate coded font identifier.
FGID
The font typeface global identifier (FGID) is a number assigned to each typeface and is sometimes used for font selection.
Code page
An eight-character name, with "T1" as the prefix, that identifies the code page. Alphabetic script and symbol fonts use only single-byte code pages.
GCSGID
The graphic character set global identifier (a collection of characters registered with a unique number and sometimes used for font and code page selection)

Summary of the AFP Typeface Names for SBCS fonts

SBCS fonts grouped by font type and language group.

Type 1 typeface name Character set Type 1 file name Coded font Alternate coded font FGID
APL
Courier APL2
Courier APL2 C0420PB0 APL X0427PB2 X0480B 307
Courier APL2 Bold C0440PB0 APLB X0447PB2 X0481B 322
Arabic
Boutros Typing Arabic
Typing C04204p0 COU_A X04264p1 X0427p 416
Typing Bold C04404p0 COU_AB X04464p1 X0449p 420
Typing Italic C04304p0 COU_AI X04364p1 X0438p 424
Typing Bold Italic C04504p0 COU_ABI X04564p1 X045Ap 428
ITC Boutros Modern Rokaa Arabic
Rokaa C0H204p0 HEL_A X0H264p1 X0H27p 2304
Rokaa Bold C0H404p0 HEL_AB X0H464p1 X0H49p 2305
Rokaa Italic C0H304p0 HEL_AI X0H364p1 X0H38p 2306
Rokaa Bold Italic C0H504p0 HEL_ABI X0H564p1 X0H5Ap 2307
ITC Boutros Setting Arabic
Setting C0N204p0 TNR_A X0H264p1 X0N27p 2308
Setting Bold C0N404p0 TNR_AB X0H464p1 X0N49p 2309
Setting Italic C0N304p0 TNR_AI X0H364p1 X0N38p 2310
Setting Bold Italic C0N504p0 TNR_ABI X0H564p1 X0N5Ap 2311
BookMaster Specials
BookMaster Specials
BookMaster Specials C0B20Cp0 EDFBS N/A N/A 335
BookMaster Specials Bold C0B40Cp0 EDFBSB N/A N/A 336
BookMaster Specials Italic C0B30Cp0 EDFBSI N/A N/A 337
BookMaster Specials Bold Italic C0B50Cp0 EDFBSBI N/A N/A 338
BookMaster Specials Reverse
BookMaster Specials Reverse C0B60Cp0 EDFBSR N/A N/A 339
Cyrillic
Courier Cyrillic Greek
Courier Cyr Grk C04203p0 COU_CG X04263p9 X045Cp 416
Courier Cyr Grk Bold C04403p0 COU_CGB X04463p9 X045Ep 420
Courier Cyr Grk Italic C04303p0 COU_CGI X04363p9 X045Dp 424
Courier Cyr Grk Bold Italic C04503p0 COU_CGBI X04563p9 X045Fp 428
Helvetica Cyrillic Greek
Helvetica Cyr Grk C0H203p0 HEL_CG X0H263p9 X0H5Cp 2304
Helvetica Cyr Grk Bold C0H403p0 HEL_CGB X0H463p9 X0H5Ep 2305
Helvetica Cyr Grk Italic C0H303p0 HEL_CGI X0H363p9 X0H5Dp 2306
Helvetica Cyr Grk Bold Italic C0H503p0 HEL_CGBI X0H563p9 X0H5Fp 2307
Times New Roman Cyrillic Greek
Times New Roman Cyr Grk C0N203p0 TNR_CG X0N263p9 X0N5Cp 2308
Times New Roman Cyr Grk Bold C0N403p0 TNR_CGB X0N463p9 X0N5Ep 2309
Times New Roman Cyr Grk Italic C0N303p0 TNR_CGI X0N363p9 X0N5Dp 2310
Times New Roman Cyr Grk Bold Italic C0N503p0 TNR_CGBI X0N563p9 X0N5Fp 2311
Greek
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