Definitions for "Typestyle"
Keywords:  italic, bold, typeface, underline, font
Often used to refer to one weight, width, or other version of a type design: Granjon italic and Granjon bold, for example, are two typestyles of the same typeface family.
A variant version of glyphs in the same font family. Typical typestyles available on the Macintosh computer include bold, italic, underline, outline, shadow, condensed, and extended.
A specific style of type or font, such as Roman.
The design of the alphabet used in printed text.
A defined and named set of attributes which can be applied to text objects.