Using Linotype Palatino with Latex
This package contains everything you need (apart from
the fonts themselves) to use Linotype Palatino in your
The Truetype version of Linotype Palatino contains a
much larger character set than earlier (Postscript)
versions of Palatino, including Greek, Cyrillic and
small caps in all weights and shapes.
It is distributed with Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP.
USING THE FONTS
Using these fonts in your Latex documents is as easy as
somewhere in the preamble of your document (but note
that they should be used with Pdftex, not with normal
Tex; most dvi-drivers don't support Truetype fonts).
(*) It's named `palatinox' to avoid confusion with
the `palatino' package in the PSNFSS bundle.
The package `palatinox' takes two possible options:
- lining Use lining figures
- oldstyle Use oldstyle figures (this is the default).
The fonts are only available in T1 and TS1 encodings;
the `palatinox' package automatically sets up these
encodings for you by including the `fontenc' and
The obsolete OT1 encoding, which unfortunately is still
Latex's default, is not supported.
encodings family series shape(s)
T1 lplx m, b n, it, sc, ic (*)
T1 lplj m, b n, it, sc, ic
TS1 lplx m, b n, it
TS1 lplj m, b n, it
(*) ic = Italic (small) Caps
The TS1-encoded fonts are incomplete; many symbols in this
encoding are specific to the Computer Modern fonts. The
euro symbol (\texteuro), however, is included.