TpT School: How to print your fonts and save as a PDF

Do you have a font obsession as well as a clip art addiction? It's OK - you can tell me, I confess... Just can't get enough of the pretty fonts and the cute clipart!

Do you feel overwhelmed by all of those KG fonts you've got stored in your dedicated font folder? Wish you were able to easily and quickly find THE perfect font to go with your favorite script or handwritten font which will make your product cover POP?!

In this tutorial, I will guide you on how to print a sample of all of your fonts, but if you don't want to waste ink and would rather have a digital copy, I'll show you how to create a PDF of all of your fonts as well.


Do you have an abundance of fonts installed onto your computer and need a handy guide to look at all of your fonts at a glance?

(Alternatively, if you have a lot of fonts, and do not want to print all of them, you can save as a PDF instead. - you can find out how further down the page).

Print your fonts:

Go to:


Download the freeware > Save > Open ‘PrintMyFonts.exe’ > All of your fonts will appear in the dialog box > Choose the correct options for your needs:



Export > Print (or click PDF on print screen if you'd rather save a digital version to your computer) > Select the Printer > OK > Printed version of all of your fonts at a glance.

Save your fonts as a PDF:

To save as a PDF, you may need to install a PDF printer, such as Bullzip - which is free - and you can use it to save as PDF on all your other computer programs, like MS PowerPoint, MS Word, etc.

Follow all of the above steps until it comes to printing, then:

Select the PDF Printer (I use Bullzip) > OK > PDF file version of all of your fonts at a glance > SAVE.


Finding fonts:

You can only use fonts for your TPT products or logo designs, if they state that they are for commercial use.

Search on TpT for commercial use fonts, you’ll find lots of different styles.

You can look on dafont.com, but make sure to check that you are allowed to use for commercial purposes, and whether the creator requires a donation.


Widely used fonts:

Kimberly Geswein has a lot of fonts just for teachers. Here is her store:


There is a great fonts catalog that shows all of the KG fonts:


Another great resource, Kimberly’s font pairing guide:


Here is the link to download this tutorial from my TPT store:


I hope you have found this tutorial helpful. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to comment below and I'll answer as soon as possible.

Do you use a different method? Have any tips you'd like to share or want to request a tutorial? Let me know below!


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  1. This is such a great post for those who may find this difficult! Thanks for sharing :)

    Teaching Autism

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