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Adobe Font Folio

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Adobe Font Folio

Adobe Font Folio
Developer(s) Adobe Systems
Stable release 11.1 / December 21, 2011 (2011-12-21)
Platform OpenType
Available in English and Japanese
Type Computer font
License Commercial proprietary software
Website /fontfolio/

Adobe Font Folio is a collection of more than 2,400 OpenType fonts,[1] designed by several renowned type foundries. As of early 2005, there were around 10,000 fonts available in OpenType format. Adobe's font library makes up under a third of the total, all of which are included in Font Folio.

Version History

  • Version 7, released March 13, 1995. Had over 2,000 Type 1 (PostScript) typefaces. First release supporting Silicon Graphics and Sun Microsystems platforms.
  • Version 8, released in September, 1997.
  • Version 9, released in January, 2001. Has some OpenType type faces but predominantly PostScript Type 1.
  • Version 10. Marketed as Font Folio Opentype Edition, released August 11, 2003, claiming "more than 2,000" typefaces in OpenType format. Offered as a 20-user license and, for the first time, a 10-user license to make it more affordable.
  • Version 11. Released September 5, 2007, touting more than 2,300 fonts (all OpenType).
  • Version 11.1. Released December 21, 2011. The collection has 2,433 fonts.


  1. ^ Official Adobe Font Folio site

External links

  • The complete list of fonts included in version 11.1

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