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Vector graphics are created by graphic programs such as CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator or CAD programs. In a vector file, all objects are described by their shape (outline), filling. The contour is a mathematically described curve. The biggest advantage of vector graphics is the free scalability without quality loss!



In typography, a font (also fount) is traditionally defined as a complete character set of a single size and style of a particular typeface. For example, the set of all characters for 9-point Bulmer italic is a font, and the 10-point size would be a separate font, as would the 9-point upright.

After the introduction of computer fonts based on fully scalable outlines, a broader definition evolved. Font is no longer size-specific, but still refers to a single style. Bulmer regular, Bulmer italic, Bulmer bold and Bulmer bold italic are four fonts, but one typeface.