The FamilyFont enumeration specifies the font family. Font families describe the look of a font in a general way. They are intended for specifying fonts when the exact typeface desired is not available.
public enum WmfFamilyFont : byte
||The default font is specified, which is implementation-dependent.|
||Fonts with variable stroke widths, which are proportional to the actual widths of the glyphs, and which have serifs. “MS Serif” is an example.|
||Fonts with variable stroke widths, which are proportional to the actual widths of the glyphs, and which do not have serifs. “MS Sans Serif” is an example.|
||Fonts with constant stroke width, with or without serifs. Fixed-width fonts are usually modern. “Pica”, “Elite”, and “Courier New” are examples.|
||Fonts designed to look like handwriting. “Script” and “Cursive” are examples.|
||Novelty fonts. “Old English” is an example.|