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Creative Suite 3 Fonts

Thomas Phinney’s made a great list accessible on his weblog that provides an overview of all of the fonts that ship with the various Creative Suite 3 bundles, as well as which ones are being installed during a standard install. You’ll be introduced to Arno Pro, a font named after a the river Arno that runs through Florence, designed by Adobe’s Robert Slimbach.

Web Reference: Fonts shipping with CS3 (2007, Adobe)

Web Reference: Arno Pro (2007, Adobe)

Web Reference: Robert Slimbach (2007, Adobe)

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