IDAutomation's Security Fonts are used to securely print text, names and currency amounts on highly secure documents, such as a bank check, in a manner that can not be easily altered and can prevent forgery. This package includes 4 separate Security Fonts in 6 different font formats. With a purchase of the Developer License or above, a full set of Web Fonts are included in WOFF, EOT and SVG formats to easily display barcodes in any web browser.
What's new in this version: Version 13.09 includes newly compiled Web Fonts in WOFF, EOT and SVG formats.
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