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For some certain fonts, they have different level of "boldness". For example, Avenir Next has Ultra Light Light, Regular, Medium, Demi-Bold, Bold and Condensed Bold... Below is an example done by Pages.

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How do I use / define those "boldness" in LaTeX? To make it simple, please give me a minimal work sample where multiple boldness of Avenir Next is used.

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    If the font provides different weights then you can simply use them with fontspec as \setmainfont{Avenir Next Light}. If that does not work for you please help us help you by providing a minimal compilable code example of what you've tried so far. – TeXnician Oct 24 '18 at 5:21
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After some attempts, I think a possible solution is \newfontfamily\<what_ever_command>{Avenir Next <Regular/Bold>}[Ligatures=TeX]. Such as

\newfontfamily\avr{Avenir Next Regular}[Ligatures=TeX]
\newfontfamily\avm{Avenir Next Medium}[Ligatures=TeX]
\newfontfamily\avd{Avenir Next Demi Bold}[Ligatures=TeX]
\newfontfamily\avdi{Avenir Next Demi Bold Italic}[Ligatures=TeX]

And then I can use those commands.

\avd This is "Avenir Next Demi Bold" font.

or

\avdi This is "Avenir Next Demi Bold Italic" font.

or

\avr Why are they different?

If someone has better solution, please kindly tell me.

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