Information describing the graphical layout of a set of characters. Windows
fonts can be variable pitch (e.g. Times New Roman) or fixed pitch (e.g. Courier
New). Variable pitch fonts fit characters into different amounts of horizontal
space depending on their shape and the shapes of their neighbours (see %fn).
Each font type comes in several sizes (see %ts) and variants - italic (%it),
bold (%bf) and underline (%ul).