Arial Narrow Font is a Sans-Serif typeface. Its designers are Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders. Its release dates more than 3 decades back to 1982 by Monotype Corporation. It falls into Neo-Grotesque classification. The base of its design comes from Monotype Grotesque, Venus, and helvetica font.
This font does not need any introduction. Almost everyone who uses Windows or macOS knows about this font. That is because it is available by default in Microsoft office and other typing applications. Although, from Office 2007, Calibri was the default typeface in Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
It has four weights and styles. Narrow Regular, Narrow Bold, Narrow Bold Italic, and Narrow Italic. It is a family member of the font Arial. Its supports almost all languages of well-known countries. It is freely available for personal use but requires a commercial license for commercial use.
Who Used Arial Narrow Font?
This font is seen all over the world. The Metro tunnel in Paris also has this font on its wall as Mosaic art writing. In 2016, there was an engraving on the UEFA Euro trophy (Henri Delaunay Cup), that engraving was also of this font. The Coilbook also uses this font as their logo since 2017.
This font is also seen from time to time on The Daily Beast Newspapers since 2012. A book for Bachelor photography thesis “What lies beyond the surface?” from 2020 also uses this font as title and body text. You can pair it with the combination of arial rounded font and work sans font. The album art from 2011 of Tally Hall also uses this font on their main cover.
In 2012 this font was also seen in New York Times when they were announcing President Obama’s second term. In 2015 this font was also seen on the main page of the website of the famous company “Knorr”. The Redefine proposal for Wikipedia from 2012 also consists of this font.
Arial Narrow Font Family Appearance
Details in Table
|Name||Arial Narrow Font|
|Designer||Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|License||Free for personal use only|
Font License Guide
This is a free font but for only personal usage. To use it for commercial purposes, you will have to buy its commercial license first. It is better to read the license agreement before using the font.
Alternatives of Arial Narrow Font
- Syabil Font
- Oliviar Font
- Arial Black Font
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- Bergen Text Font
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- Magdelin Font
- Normal Font
- Barton Font
- Enrique Sans Font
- Arial Font
- Vengeance Font
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Family of Arial Narrow Font
- Arial Narrow Regular
- Arial Narrow Bold
- Arial Narrow Italic
- Arial Narrow Bold Italic
Arial Narrow Font Free Download
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Spanish, Greek and Dutch Kurdish (Latin), Vietnamese in Latin, Ukrainian, Polish, Italian, Turkish, French, Arabic, Greek, Cyrillic, Romanian, Kazakh (Latin), Czech, Icelandic, Basque, Estonian, Irish, Croatian, Belarusian, Hebrew, Thai, Luxembourgian, Russian, Portuguese, Belarusian (Latin), Swedish, Hebrew, Bulgarian, Serbian (Cyrillic), English, Urdu, German, Persian, Hungarian, Danish, Serbian (Latin), Lithuanian, Slovenian, Latvian, Slovak, Finnish.
FAQs about Font!
What is Arial Narrow Font?
Arial Narrow is a Sans-Serif typeface. Its designers are Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders. It’s release dates more than 3 decades back to 1982 by Monotype Corporation.
Is Arial Narrow Font Safe for usage?
Yes, this font is in all way safe for your system and you can use it without any problem. If you still have any doubt then you can run an antivirus check on the font file.
Does Adobe and MS Office applications support Arial Narrow Font?
Yes, Adobe and MS Office applications supports this font. Although, it is not available in it at the time of installation so the user will have to install it manually in order to use it.
Is Arial Narrow font free for all kind of uses?
This font is free for just personal usage. If you want to use it for commercial purposes then you will have to buy its commercial license first. It is better to real License agreement first.