Futura Extra Bold Shaded Fonts

Futura Extra Bold Shaded Font Info
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Package : Futura BQ
Style : Regular
Version : 001.000
TAG's : Futura--Extra--Bold--Shaded
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Size : 47.41 KB
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Update : April 22, 2017, 2:39 pm
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#1 Add to the head section of web page.
<link href="//db.onlinewebfonts.com/c/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b?family=Futura+BQ" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"/>
#2 Using @import CSS directive, put the following line in add to your css file.(http | https)
@import url(//db.onlinewebfonts.com/c/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b?family=Futura+BQ);
#3 Use font-face declaration Fonts.(http | https)
@font-face {font-family: "Futura BQ";
    src: url("//db.onlinewebfonts.com/t/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b.eot");
    src: url("//db.onlinewebfonts.com/t/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b.eot?#iefix") format("embedded-opentype"),
    url("//db.onlinewebfonts.com/t/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b.woff2") format("woff2"),
    url("//db.onlinewebfonts.com/t/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b.woff") format("woff"),
    url("//db.onlinewebfonts.com/t/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b.ttf") format("truetype"),
    url("//db.onlinewebfonts.com/t/48d1850d6584afdb811c10506dca533b.svg#Futura BQ") format("svg");
}

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