||FontLister is the best way to find your way through all your fonts. Got a lot of fonts? Would you like a quick way to see them -- even the ones that aren't installed? Then take a look at FontLister, a good-looking utility that no Windows font fanatic should be without. It lets you print and view samples of all your typefaces (including TrueType, Type 1, and screen fonts). Switch between a two-paned, Explorer-like 'edit' view that shows samples of faces one at a time and a full-screen 'compare' view that builds quick samples of all fonts -- screen, printer, or uninstalled -- so that you can see several typefaces at once. The edit mode also gives you three sample choices: upper and lowercase with numbers, all ASCII characters (which lets you spot which faces have complete character sets), and imported custom text. You can print three different types of samples of every font or just the ones you need hard copies of. A toolbar lets you quickly change the font's attributes and size, plus you can adjust the background and foreground colors. FontLister lets you delete and install TrueType fonts, gives you more-detailed information on each font, and sports several interface and printing enhancements.