Please can you tell me the names of all the fonts which have the first letter of each word a larger capital letter than the rest of the word which is also in capital letters.

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    This is called Small Caps en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Small_caps You can use \textsc{Foo Here} – Sigur Jun 20 '15 at 17:21
  • Are you referring to a font with "small caps"? In such a font all letters are capital letters but uppercase letters are still larger that lowercase letters. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Small_caps – Christian Lindig Jun 20 '15 at 17:22
  • The question reads then "Can you tell me the names of all the fonts which have small caps", and that is another question ;-) – Arash Esbati Jun 20 '15 at 17:52

It's not possible to name all of the fonts that have this property, because there is no comprehensive list of all of the fonts on the planet, complete with their font metrics.

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    What do you mean by this? Having small caps is a font property, and not all fonts have them, so why would the list contain "all fonts"? – Sverre Jun 22 '15 at 9:53
  • You are correct. I have edited my answer. – vy32 Jun 28 '15 at 23:54

If you are looking for fonts with small-caps, you might find my font sampler useful, but you should note that it is not comprehensive. It is also restricted to fonts which can be easily used with (pdf)TeX i.e. it does not deal with XeTeX or LuaTeX.

Doubtless there are better lists but The LaTeX Font Catalogue seems not to group fonts according to this particular characteristic.

Note that some packages use faked small-caps. These are generally inferior and font designers typically recommend against using them.

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