Add Instant Charts to Your Documents Dec12

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Add Instant Charts to Your Documents

People may not read anymore, but they sure do like to look at pictures of data. That’s why this font is so interesting. Using the built-in smarts of OpenType, FF ChartFont reads the string of values that you type and converts it to a chart.

Here’s a couple of examples of what you can do instantly:

pie 1

70+50+73+97+63
pie 2

25+35+40+45+20+35+75+11+14

pie 3

25+35+40+A

bar 1

70+50+73+97+63

It’s super easy to use, once you get the hang of it, although it doesn’t work for everything.

PowerPoint, for example,  doesn’t have TrueType support so you can’t use it there. Word supports it, although you probably have to save to PDF to transmit the document to anyone. However, it really shines in desktop publishing applications like the Adobe Suite.

There are seven different fonts that make up the whole set. You can by them for $25 each, or get the whole set for $129.

Learn more and buy the fonts at FontFont.Com