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How to Easily Print a Catalog of Your Fonts

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How many fonts do you have installed on your computer? If you are anything like me, it’s probably a lot! I’ll be honest, when I am working on a project I hate sitting and scrolling through all my installed fonts. Then, I stumbled across a a software program that will print all of your fonts in minutes!

Visit this link and download the software by Stefan Trost Media. Once you install the software, open the program. On the right hand side, you’ll see a checkbox with the text: “Text written in the font”. In this box, you will want to type whatever text you want to use in your catalog. Then, choose your format. I printed mine, but you can also save as an image or text document. Isn’t that neat?

Note: I searched the website and couldn’t find if it works on Mac or not. I use Windows 10 and it worked perfectly for me. Updated – A Cutting for Business reader says that it doesn’t work for Mac – but click this link to do the same on your Mac. Updated again: This program now works with Mac. Thanks Nancy for keeping me up to date.

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How to Print a Catalog of Your Fonts - Great for Silhouette Cameo and Cricut crafters. By cuttingforbusiness.com.

Per

Thursday 1st of April 2021

Thank you so much! I've been wanting something like this for a long time. Worked perfectly on my windows 7. Very glad I was able to print multiple columns per page. THANK YOU!

Christine, Cutting for Business

Monday 5th of April 2021

Awesome! Glad to hear!

Amanda St John

Sunday 12th of April 2020

Thank you for this link. Its a god send.. A quick question? Is there anyway to print via date installed? I have printed out my list and if I add more fonts to my computer I would only like to print out the new ones and I would hate to waste paper and print out the ones I already have. Thank you

Christine, Cutting for Business

Wednesday 6th of May 2020

That I don't know, I'd reach out and ask them.

Carol Jancek

Sunday 5th of January 2020

Thank you for this easy tutorial. I downloaded the app from you link and extracted it. When I tried to open the app a message came up saying Windows Defender stopped the app from opening and it might be a potential threat. I thought I would ask you first before going directly to the programmers. If it is a threat, I wonder if I would get an honest answer. Has anyone had a problem with this file to your knowledge?

Christine, Cutting for Business

Wednesday 15th of January 2020

I've never had an issue and I haven't heard of anyone. The link shows as safe on my end (Mac).

Laurie

Monday 16th of December 2019

OR....just go to wordmark.it Type in any text and it will show you what it looks like from any installed font on your computer. Plus, you can select your favorites to weed down the choices at that point. No need to re-print your catalog. Easy peasy! :)

Christine, Cutting for Business

Friday 3rd of January 2020

Wordmark.it is a great tool, unfortunately, that doesn't work so well if you are trying to show font choices at shows and so on.

Lynda Schrijvers

Monday 31st of December 2018

Thank you so much for this tip. I have been trying to do this for myself in word and it is a mammoth task! You have saved my sanity! My only complaint is that I have now found even more fonts that I have downloaded LOL! One can never have too many, Right????

Christine

Tuesday 8th of January 2019

Glad it helped you!