Monotype Library Subscription
Get the most out of your subscription - follow these steps to get up and running!

Get Started with Your
Monotype Library Subscription

Thank you for signing up to the Monotype Library Subscription! You now have unlimited access to over 2,200 font families from the Monotype, Linotype, ITC, Bitstream and Ascender foundries-all ready to install immediately. To get started using this comprehensive type library, just follow these three easy steps:

1. Install SkyFonts

Install SkyFonts

SkyFonts™ is the lightweight app that allows you to use your subscription fonts through Fonts.com with a single click. First, download and install the SkyFonts client, then link your Fonts.com account using your current account credentials. Installation and setup of SkyFonts only takes a minute, and is required for the subscription fonts to work.

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2. Explore the library

Explore the Library

The Monotype library is the world's largest collection of high-quality type. It's a great idea to bookmark our MLS dashboard page on Fonts.com for easy access to all the type now at your fingertips. You can also use the search filters on Fonts.com — more on that in tomorrow’s email.

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3. Sync the Fonts You Want

Sync the Fonts You Want

When browsing the inventory page, click the Install family button to sync the fonts to your computer. You can also install fonts from font family, font product and search results pages. Just look for the SkyFonts option. A real benefit to your workflow, you can sync your subscription fonts on up to two different machines-just make sure they're both running SkyFonts.

4. Use Web Fonts

Install SkyFonts

When browsing the inventory page, click the Install family button to sync the fonts to your computer. You can also install fonts from font family, font product and search results pages. Just look for the SkyFonts option. A real benefit to your workflow, you can sync your subscription fonts on up to two different machines-just make sure they're both running SkyFonts.