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palatino-Bold, palatino-Roman, palatino-Italic belongs to which package? The palatino and mathpazo are not well enouugh for me, is there anyone who can help me?

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Welcome to TeX.sx! It's not clear what you're asking: with \usepackage{mathpazo} you can say \textbf{text} to get "text" typeset with Palatino Bold. –  egreg Jan 20 '13 at 11:52
    
thank you for your reply,i know what you have written means,but when i use the adobe acrobat pro to analysis the article it shows that the typefont is URWPalatinoL-Bold,not Palatino-Bold,that is what i am worried about –  zhangsong Jan 20 '13 at 15:33
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URWPalatino is the Palatino clone shipped with TeX Live and MiKTeX. There are licensing problem in using the Adobe fonts. –  egreg Jan 20 '13 at 15:37
    
thank you very much –  zhangsong Jan 21 '13 at 13:21

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There are a couple of packages which provide Palatino (or very similar):

  • tgpagella provides TeX Gyre Pagella – an improved version of URW Palladio.
  • mathpazo provides URW Palladio – a Palatino clone.
  • pxfonts also provides URW Palladio, but slightly diffent.

A quick comparison:

tgpagella mathpazo pxfonts

(images courtesy of The LaTeX Font Catalogue)

You can also use the Palatino font installed on your computer with fontspec:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{fontspec}
\setmainfont{Palatino}
\begin{document}
The quick brown fox jumps over the sleazy dog
\end{document}

fontspec

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thank you very much for your reply,i know what you have written means,but when i use the adobe acrobat pro to analysis the article it shows that the typefont is URWPalatinoL-Bold,not the wanted typefont--- Palatino-Bold,that is what i am worrying about –  zhangsong Jan 20 '13 at 15:34

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