Good afternoon, Thanks to all who responded. Here is the summary of replies to my true type font question. My original question Is anyone aware if there are true type fonts available for use with Pro/E Wildfire 2.0? We are on build M080. We have been using the standard font font; however, we would prefer to use a font which includes a serif above the numeral one, to avoid confusion. The Shannon font looks pretty good, and appears to be the only font which is, by default, as narrow as font. The trouble is, it takes about 2-1/2 times as long to print. I am told that this would not be the case with a true type font. Thanks in advance. Summary of replies We use "isofont" to resolve all the 1,i,I,o,0,O ambiguity (Heinze, M.). You may use any true type font (TTF) available to windows. Here is how that works. Copy the TTF file you need to the proe/loadpoint/text directory. Do this before starting pro/e otherwise pro will not see the TTF files you place there. Now those TTF's will be available to pro just like all the other fonts there. Keep in mind though some TTF font files are garbage. They may have problems this is do to how some are created. I only had problems with font files that either I modified or that I got free from the web. In short what happens is that the files may have tiny gaps or overlaps that mess with pro (Rich, R.). Most of the TrueType fonts we've used end up creating HUGE PDF files. You can reduce the size a bit by tweaking the distiller settings, but they are still large. If your drawings are transfered to a different system, the fonts you use may need to reside on that computer. We use a TT font that we created that contains a variety of IEC and other common sysmbols (recycling, UL, USB, serial, etc) only sparingly. We also tweaked the standard font to add a "tick" to the number "1"and lines to the capital "I" (Slotty, E.). There is a config.pro option. You can add a line that points to your windows font director and the windows fonts should be available in ProE. The config.pro line is like: pro_font_dir C:\WINNT\Fonts\ (Davin, L.). Pro/E WF2.0 will support any True Type Font. We've used many different ones. You can find them online at Linotype.com. Just copy any you want into the appropriate directory in Pro/E (Brattoli, M.). Iso font works for us (McDaniel, V.). Regards, Gerald Goldsmith Arthrex, Inc.