First released in 1992, the multiple master font format was an incredible advance in type technology. In 2000, Adobe unveiled the next great leap forward: Opentype®. Developed in conjunction with Microsoft, OpenType uses the same cross-platform font file on both the Macintosh and Windows platforms, providing more reliable document portability. This one font file can also contain an expanded glyph set that allows for extended language support and integrated access to advanced typographic features.
Below is a list of the multiple master fonts formerly available from Adobe and their corresponding OpenType packages. Simply click on the link in the righthand column to view a specific package. You can then order the entire font package or individual fonts by clicking the "Buy Now" button.