Monospaced versus Proportional
A monospaced font is a font where all characters have the same width. These fonts are often used to emulate typewriter output for reports, tabular work and technical documentation.
In a proportional font the width of each character, including the space character, varies with the shape of the character. Proportional fonts are easier to read and are preferred for publishing applications.
From proportional to monospaced
To change a proportional spaced font into a monospaced font, follow these steps: