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Make your point with these 100 free fonts

Make your point with these 100 free fonts

If there's one thing I can't stand, it's the wrong font choice.

Hear me out, I know it sounds silly, but there's a time and place for every font. For example, you wouldn't write a resume or professional letter using a wacky-looking comic font. Or at least, you shouldn't. Not unless you are writing to a clown school.

You also shouldn't be using the Joker or WingDings fonts in a college paper. You should be using something standard - and readable - like Times New Roman, Helvetica or Calibri.

My point is the right font can make a big difference, whether you're creating the annual family newsletter or wedding invitations. And since fonts make such a big difference, I have the perfect gift just for you.

Make the right font choice every time with these 100 new free fonts.

These great fonts can spice up your Christmas newsletter, birthday invitations, blog posts, resumes and so much more. You can download everything from bold and brash to simple and elegant.

And don't worry if you want to work outside of the box. There are plenty of fonts that are creative and brazen in the best way possible.

Most of these fonts are free for personal use only. If you are planning to use the fonts for business or commercial use, you can purchase licenses from the individual creators.

You should also be aware that these fonts come in different file types. TFF and OTF file types are compatible for both Mac and PC, and they're easy to add to your font directory once they're downloaded.

Note: EPS files are for Adobe Publisher and Adobe Photoshop. They are not compatible with Microsoft Word.

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