Typographical ornaments such as bullets, arrows and check marks, usually used for design emphasis within text.
Special decorative typographic symbols used for identifying display items or for special emphasis within text.
Decorative type characters (such as bullets, stars, boxes, etc.) used for emphasis or effect.
Typographic or graphic symbols used as design elements, often to emphasize information. Common examples include a bullet, star, or cross.
Ornamental typographic elements such as stars, arrows and so on
A font consisting of alternate characters suitable for end of story symbols etc.
Typefaces that consist of symbol characters such as decorations, arrows and bullets.
Once known as â€˜printer's flowersâ€™, these are the small decorative marks, bullets, or symbols that usually make up a speciality face. Zapf Dingbats is a well-known example of a dingbat font.
Font made up of graphic characters instead of letters.
utility characters that include icons, symbols, fleurons, and ornaments
small abstract ornaments or symbols printed on the paper to indicate direction or instructions, or used simply as a motif of the subject matter.