eurosans – Interface to Adobe’s sans-serif Euro font
Provides a convenient interface for using Adobe’s freely available Type 1 Euro fonts. Loading the package defines a new command \euro which typesets a Euro symbol. The symbol is always taken from the ‘EuroSans’ family, with the weight (medium or boldface) and shape (normal or oblique) varying according to the font currently selected. This Euro symbol meets the official design and matches most font families well enough, except for typewriter fonts.
The fonts themselves are only available from Adobe (though the fonts are free of charge, the licence conditions prevent CTAN from distributing them). Metrics and maps for using the fonts (at all) are available via the adobe-euro package.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
Walter A. Schmidt (deceased)
|Contained in||MiKTeX as eurofont|
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