Font Licensing Information

What is a EULA?

A EULA is an End User License Agreement.  It is a binding contract between you and Monotype Imaging when you click on the area marked "OK" or "I Accept" when you purchase a font.If you do not wish to be bound by the EULA, you cannot access, use or download the Font Software.

Note: each font may have a different EULA, as AscenderFonts.com distributes fonts from a variety of different type foundries. Not every EULA is the same. Please read all of the EULA before you agree to be bound by its terms and conditions. 

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What is a commercial license?

A commercial license allows fonts to be embedded into documents that are sold, such as electronic books (EPUB files or PDF files that are sold commercially).

Can I embed fonts in an eBook?

No, an extended license is required.  However, a Commercial Product License is available for an additional fee. This allows fonts to be embedded into documents that are sold, such as electronic books.

How do I purchase a Multi-Workstation Font License?

Simply enter the desired quantity of computers you want to install the fonts on when ordering and the price will automatically be calculated.  A quantity discount is automatically calculated.

For quantities over 200 workstations, or for an Enterprise License quote, please contact Monotype Imaging.
 

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