Hebrew font collection of
Hebrew Desktop publishing fonts for advertising, newsletters, invitations,
schools and more! This package includes the following fonts:
Using a separate utility, one line at a time - otherwise
Native in many Windows applications including Word
Modified Israeli and Phonetic
Israeli or Phonetic (add-on Kabsoft
phonetic keyboard included)
and Trop (cantillation)
Very limited support in Penina, Shlomo, Hadar, Siddur,
none in others
Full native support
Only files created with these fonts
All Hebrew Unicode documents
Yes (documentation included)
Any Windows application that supports changing fonts
Native to MS Office and WordPad,
limited in other applications
If you only need occasional bits
of Hebrew placed into your documents, without vowels; or if you
have Windows 95, 98 or ME, then you need to get the Classic Kabbalah-Fonts
But if you need higher-end features
like email support, Internet support, full right-to-left Hebrew
paragraphs or diacritical marks, and you are
running Windows 2000 or better, you should get the Unicode
Kabbalah-Fonts for Windows. It will work natively with Microsoft
Office. If you are using another word processor like WordPerfect,
the Hebrew will still work right-to-left but the cursor position
might be wrong and the diacriticals might not work - a little
irritating but, in general, still better than the Classic fonts
for more than a few words at a time.
Other advantages of using Unicode
Kabbalah-Fonts and setting up your Windows and MS Office with
native Hebrew support:
Copy and paste standard Hebrew website
text into your word processor! >
Send and receive Hebrew email!
Sort Access databases or Excel spreadsheets
by Hebrew sort order!
There is no reason to pay hundreds of dollars
for a Hebrew word processor - the world's best one may already
be on your computer!
Our fonts can be used for invitations,
advertisements, newsletters, schools and more! We have seen our
fonts used in video presentations, books, and other places around
If your system does not support
Windows 2000, then buy the Classic fonts. Each Classic
Windows Hebrew font comes with a free right-to-left utility
that lets you type in a line at a time from right-to-left and
then paste that line into your favorite word processor!
The R2L utility in the Classic
fonts may ask for a file named VBRUN300.DLL,
which can be found here. Install it
in your \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 folder.
The Macintosh OS/X 10.2 and above) supports Unicode as well.
Microsoft Office 2004 for the Mac does not do a great job with
Hebrew yet; but you can do native right-to-left on the Mac using
TextPad and a couple of commercial word processors. Email us if
you are interested in purchasing a Mac Unicode font now or if
you have questions about Hebrew support in various Mac word
The Classic Mac fonts need to be typed in left-to-right and
there is no support for nikudot.
Individual Fonts available for Classic Macintosh and Classic