## LaTeX forum ⇒ Fonts & Character Sets ⇒ Font style other then normal font of document

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sheenshahid
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### Font style other then normal font of document

I want to write the name of univ in this style (See attached figure below) which is change other then style of the document (which is in times new roman). how its possible

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Ijon Tichy
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With LuaLaTeX or XeLaTeX and fontspec you can easily load other fonts.

sheenshahid
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but i m using Latex. Plz guide completely.

Ijon Tichy
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LuaLaTeX and XeLaTeX are LaTeX with TeX engine LuaTeX or XeTeX, like PDFLaTeX is LaTeX with TeX engine PDFTeX.

Usage of other fonts is possible with PDFLaTeX too, but then you need a font installation package. Using TTF or OTF fonts with XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX is much easier.

sheenshahid
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Dear I m new to latex . I m still unable what to do ?

Stefan Kottwitz
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Hi sheenshahid,

welcome to the forum!

sheenshahid wrote:Plz guide completely.

Complete guidance with much effort while you shorten your own effort? "Plz" and "univ" and no own code. I just guess that may not work.

We usually like to talk about LaTeX, fix errors in 5 minutes or give advice in 5 minutes, as we enjoy talking here. Sometimes we spend more time in a serious conversation. Perhaps let us know the font you need to use, for example.

Stefan

Ijon Tichy
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Indeed, I do not know the font you want to use. But here is a minimal working example that shows, how to use fontspec and either LuaLaTeX or XeLaTeX to load and use additional fonts.

% Important: You have to use LuaLaTeX or XeLaTeX instead of PDFLaTeX zu%            compile this file!\documentclass{article} \usepackage{fontspec}\usepackage{blindtext}\usepackage[english]{babel} \setmainfont{TeX Gyre Termes}% Use the Times clone TeX Gyre Termes as main font.\newfontfamily{\otherfamily}{TeX Gyre Chorus}% Load TeX Gyre Chorus as an additional font family. \begin{document}\begin{titlepage}  {\otherfamily This is the name of the university.}  \vfill  {\Huge\bfseries The Name of the Game\par}  \bigskip  {\large\bfseries Me and Boby McGee\par}  \vfill\vfill\vfill\end{titlepage}\tableofcontents\blinddocument\end{document}

I've used the Times clone TeX Gyre Termes as main document font and loaded TeX Gyre Chorus (a font bases in Chancery Italic) as additional font. But you can use any other font, you've installed correctly. See the fontspec manual about how to alternatively load fonts by file name (and even path), if loading per name fails (e.g. because the font has not been installed correctly).

Stefan Kottwitz
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Thanks Ijon, very nice! The example works on my Mac with randomly chosen fonts.

Stefan

sheenshahid
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Dear Stephan
The name of this font is " old English " , which I noted from Microsoft word. I have to write just name of my univ in this old English font style .
Regards

Johannes_B
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The most fast and most easy way for you seems to be writing it in Word and making a screenshot.
The smart way: Calm down and take a deep breath, read posts and provided links attentively, try to understand and ask if necessary.