If you write documents or create presentations at work or for school, or just for fun, you've seen the many fonts you can use. For example, on Microsoft Word, you can choose from dozens of fonts when you're writing a letter, making signs, or working on a presentation.
There's Times New Roman, Arial, Georgia and many more. Yet, over the years, you've probably burned through most of these, especially if you create graphic designs or documents.
That's when more, free fonts come in handy. That includes more than 50 fonts, from the fun to the chic, from Antsmagazine.
You can use a font like Tripel Six for a product logo or label (see photo), or others to create magazines, covers for your kid's band's CD, and much more. Note: See this tip to save money on printer ink.