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Folio Condensed Bold Italic Font Details

Please see the details of the Folio Condensed Bold Italic font below. The details includes the note of the author, license type and the representation of the font in [A-Z], [a-z], [0-9] characters.

Folio Condensed Bold Italic (5856 downloads) Report

Note of the author

Folio Condensed Bold Italic font is a modern and sophisticated typeface that exudes elegance and professionalism. Its sleek design and bold italic styling make it perfect for creating eye-catching headings, titles, and branding materials. The striking contrast between thick and thin strokes adds a touch of drama and flair to any project. This font is not only stylish but also highly versatile, making it suitable for a wide range of design applications. Whether you are working on a website, poster, logo, or any other creative project, Folio Condensed Bold Italic font will surely make a statement. The best part is that this font is available for free download at FontsMarket.com. Simply head over to the website and start using this beautiful typeface in your designs today!

License

Free For Personal Use

How to install

If the downloaded file is in zip format, extract the file

  • Windows 10/8/7/Vista: Right-click on the font files > "Install"
  • Windows XP: Put the font files into C:\Windows\Fonts
  • Mac OS X: Double-click the font file > "Install font" button.

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