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APHont (pronounced Ay'-font), was developed by American Printing House for the Blind, Inc. (APH) specifically for low vision readers. APHont embodies characteristics that have been shown to enhance reading speed, comprehension, and comfort for large print users. Some of its features include:
APHont Regular may be copied and distributed at no charge. To view a sample of APHont Regular (nonbold) or download it for free, go to http://www.aph.org/products/aphont.html. (Note: APHont is trademarked material. APHont may not be altered or copied for sale without express written permission from APH. APH makes no claim that APHont is an appropriate font for children who are just learning to read.) For further information about APHont or other products and services available through APH, call (800) 223-1839.
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