Free Fonts by Gary S. Dykes

For questions on the fonts: Gary S. Dykes

Here is where you will find free 21 typefaces offered by Mr. Gary S. Dykes.
All 21 typefaces are available as a download by simply clicking on the provided link(s).

The file size (for the full 21 fonts) is about 495,000 bytes, and should download over a 56K modem connection in less than 4 minutes. After it is downloaded, click on it to open it, then place the fonts in your Windows/fonts folder. Restart your computer and the fonts are installed and ready for use. You can view the whole font(s) [all 255 characters] via the built-in Windows Charmap utility, or download a better viewer here -- a freeware product donated to serve this exclusive font collection! A link is also provided to download the viewer, it is about 230,000 bytes.

Remember, to enter the upper ASCII characters, you will need to use the number keypad, hold down the ALT key, then on the number key pad, type the 0 + XXX (the 3 digit number key code!). After you use these fonts for awhile, you will easily recall most of these input combinations! The 4 part Hebrew font really requires the added manual, this 33 page manual shows the entire 800 or so glyphs, and how to easily access them. (All fonts are non-Unicode, True Type fonts only).

Below is a list of the 21 typefaces:

The Bold and Italic fonts are truly separate fonts, this is so because, when creating a written document, users often click on the "BOLD" "UNDERLINE" or "ITALIC" attributes in the menu bar of their word processor (or DTP) program. However, these attributes are corrupted when converted to a PDF format. Thus is is best to use a separate font for each attribute to avoid corruption (Separate underlining "lines" are available in the fonts). In some programs I have found (for reasons unknown) that the quotation marks may not appear, so extra quotation marks are provide elsewhere in the font(s) so that they can always be input!

These fonts are copyrighted, and are free for anyone to use as often as they want in any type of publication. The fonts are fully embeddable on websites and in PDF documents! I ask that you simply give a line of credit similar to this:
This font (name.ttf) provided by Mr. G. S. Dykes -- OR
These fonts (names.ttf) provided by Mr. G. S. Dykes

Thats all, and you CANNOT sell any of these fonts or charge for their use. Give them to your students, and share them freely.
If you have any questions or problems with the fonts, please do not bother the webmaster of this host site!! The CSNTM is to be congratulated for their excellent work, and for providing a place from which to download these non-Unicode True Type fonts. If you want to donate any funds for these free fonts, send such donation to and for the CSNTM, not to Mr. Dykes. The CSNTM needs the support of every Bible student. (ps - and I too am a proud supporter of this much needed effort!)
Direct your font questions to Gary S. Dykes.