This MICR E13B font (also often called MICR font, or E-13B font) is necessary to print numbers and special symbols at the bottom of checks so they can be recognized by the OCR/magnetic ink reader systems used by banks in North America (US and Canada) and other countries such as UK and Malta. In the past, these fonts where supplied as cartridges. Thanks to modern technology, these fonts are now available for Windows, Macintosh, OS/2, Linux.
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Three high precision MICR E13B fonts for check printing in TrueType and PostScript OTF format for Windows and macOS OS X, or Linux. These fonts are meant to produce the special encoded magnetic numbers at the bottom of checks.
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