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Cambria is part of the new suite of fonts that come with Microsoft Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007. It is a serif font.
A completely unrelated font using the Cambria name was created by type designer Ian Koshnick in 1989 for his software publishing company, Cambria Publishing.
Microsoft has also released a related font, Cambria Math, that contains more specialised mathematical symbols for scientific publications.
Categories: Typography stubs | Serif typefaces | Typefaces | Windows Vista typefaces | 1989 introductions