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eurofont – Provides a command that prints a euro symbol

The par­tic­u­lar sym­bol printed by \euro will in gen­eral change de­pend­ing on the font fam­ily, weight, and shape in use at the time. This sym­bol can come from any source, and the pack­age user has com­plete con­trol over which euro sym­bol is used in any given sit­u­a­tion. The pack­age is pre-con­fig­ured to be­have sen­si­bly with many com­mon text fonts and avail­able euro sym­bols. The \euro com­mand can print ‘faked’ euro sym­bols from a C with two lines across it when no suit­able real euro sym­bol is avail­able; the pack­age also in­cludes code for print­ing fake bold euro sym­bols for use when no real bold sym­bol ex­ists, as well as pre-con­fig­ured sup­port for a faked italic ver­sion of the mar­vosym font. Euro­font comes set up to use euro sym­bols from Adobe’s Euro­fonts, the mar­vosym font, the Eurosym font, and any avail­able Text Com­pan­ion fonts. The se­lec­tion be­tween these can be done us­ing op­tions passed to the pack­age. The eu­ro­font pack­age also ‘knows’ about the Chi­na2e font’s euro sym­bol, and can be con­fig­ured to use it.

Sources/macros/latex/contrib/eurofont
Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion1.1.3
Li­censeFree li­cense not oth­er­wise listed, or more than one free li­cense ap­plies
Copy­right1998 Row­land McDon­nell
Main­tainerRow­land McDon­nell
Con­tained inMikTeX as eu­ro­font
Topics met­rics, macro in­can­ta­tions and other font sup­port
See also eurosym
marvosym

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