A font is the complete style of one face and size type print. Some fonts have “serif’s” (little feet at the ends of the letters) and others are “san serif” or without serif’s. Some fonts are bolder, embellished, elongated, or have a script appearance. The list of differences is almost never-ending. Some word processing programs may have upward of 2000 type fonts available to the user. Typewriters can have a fixed font (older models) or removable fonts (called elements).