The FamilyFont enumeration specifies the font family. Font families describe the look of a font in
a general way. They are intended for specifying fonts when the exact typeface desired is not available.
Aspose.Imaging (in Aspose.Imaging.dll) Version: 21.04
public enum WmfFamilyFont
Public Enumeration WmfFamilyFont
public enum class WmfFamilyFont
The default font is specified, which is implementation-dependent.
Fonts with variable stroke widths, which are proportional to the actual widths of
the glyphs, and which have serifs. "MS Serif" is an example.
Fonts with variable stroke widths, which are proportional to the actual widths of the
glyphs, and which do not have serifs. "MS Sans Serif" is an example.
Fonts with constant stroke width, with or without serifs. Fixed-width fonts are
usually modern. "Pica", "Elite", and "Courier New" are examples.
Fonts designed to look like handwriting. "Script" and "Cursive" are examples.
Novelty fonts. "Old English" is an example.