Using Intel® Visual Fortran to Create and Build Windows*-Based Applications
Using Fonts from the Graphics Library
The Intel® Fortran Graphics Library includes routines that print text in various sizes and type styles. These routines provide control over the appearance of your text and add visual interest to your screen displays.
This section assumes you have read
Displaying Graphics Output Overview and that you understand the general terminology it introduces. You should also be familiar with the basic properties of both the
routines. Also, remember that graphics programs containing graphics routines must be built as Fortran QuickWin or Fortran Standard Graphics applications.
The project type is set in the visual development environment when you select New from the File menu, then click on the Projects tab, and select Fortran QuickWin or Fortran Standard Graphics Application from the application types listed. Graphics applications can also be built with the